In the 1920s, Turkey, Iran and Egypt—the three nations that for centuries had set the agenda for Islamic debate and dissent, including the promotion of various heresies—found themselves set on trajectories that led to the unknown. In Turkey, the successor state of the...
In every era, intellectual trends and political factions naturally come into conflict with one another. The Arab world’s political landscape, rife with its conflicting ideas, visions, and interests, is no different. Examining the history and nature of these...
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