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Turkish democracy faces a constitutional crisis amid fears that the ruling Islamic party will undermine secular ideals. Hundreds of thousands have protested the selection of a presidential candidate whose wife covers her head.
- Ambassador Mark Parris Former U.S. Ambassador to Turkey; visiting fellow and director of Turkey 2007 at the Brookings Institution.
- Yasemin Congar Washington bureau chief and columnist for the Turkish newspaper Milliyet; Washington correspondent for CNN Turk.
- Zeyno Baran Director, Center for Eurasian Policy and senior fellow at the Hudson Institute
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