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Appeared in: Volume 8, Number 5
Published on: April 12, 2013
Secular, Sort of

Turkish secularism is eroding before our eyes, and the resulting cocktail of religious intolerance and social activism may even threaten the current Islamist leaders who are mixing it up.

Sulmaan Khan is a writer and historian of international relations.

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