TURKEY VOTES: The Armenian and Kurdish Factor

As Turkey’s presidential election heads to a runoff, slated for Sunday, Aras Publishing House Editor-in-Chief Rober Koptaş joins CivilNet to discuss what a victory for President Erdoğan or the opposition will mean for the country. Koptaş also talks about what these elections have meant for Turkey’s Kurds and Armenians, and whether the country’s elites view the two minorities through a connected or a separate lens.

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