Although unsuccessful, July’s attempted coup will affect Turkey for years to come.
The attempted coup that took place in Turkey on 15 July 2016 was the latest in a long line of military coups in the country’s post-Second World War history. Francesco F Milan looks at the country’s controversial legacy of civil–military relations.
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