The Heat: Turkey – What’s next after the failed coup?

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More than a million people attended a pro-democracy rally in Istanbul on Sunday. It was the first time in years that Turkey’s president and prime minister were joined by opposition leaders – all united in denouncing last month’s attempted coup.

Since then more than 70,000 people in the military, judiciary, civil service and education have been either arrested, suspended or placed under investigation. Beyond the domestic fallout lies newly strained relations with the United States and a possible rapprochement with Russia.

For the latest, CCTV’s Natalie Carney reports from Istanbul.

The Heat: Turkey – What’s next after the failed coup? Pt 1

The Heat: Turkey – What’s next after the failed coup? Pt 1

More than a million people attended a pro-democracy rally in Istanbul on Sunday. It was the first time in years that Turkey’s president and prime minister were joined by opposition leaders – all united in denouncing last month’s attempted coup. For the latest, CCTV’s Natalie Carney reports from Istanbul. Tonight’s panel takes on the future of Turkey with Alexey Khlebnikov, senior editor with Russia Direct, Mustafa Gurbuz, a political sociologist and the author of a new book – “Rival Kurdish Movements in Turkey,” and Zeynep Jane Kandur, journalist and commentator with the Daily Sabah.

To take a deeper look at where Turkey is heading now:

  • Alexey Khlebnikov senior editor with Russia Direct
  • Mustafa Gurbuz, a political sociologist and the author of a new book – “Rival Kurdish Movements in Turkey.”
  • Zeynep Jane Kandur, journalist and commentator with the Daily Sabah
The Heat: Turkey – What’s next after the failed coup? Pt 2

The Heat: Turkey – What’s next after the failed coup? Pt 2

Tonight’s panel takes on the future of Turkey with Alexey Khlebnikov, senior editor with Russia Direct, Mustafa Gurbuz, a political sociologist and the author of a new book – “Rival Kurdish Movements in Turkey,” and Zeynep Jane Kandur, journalist and commentator with the Daily Sabah.