Murat Cem Menguc (Seton Hall): AKP's Religious Conservatism vs. Neo-Liberalism: A Divide That Doesn’t Exist. Kaya Genc on the political color wheel: In Turkey, different colors have long been associated with particular beliefs — most recently, a rainbow coalition has spread across the country. Halil Karaveli on Turkey: A capitalist history. Piotr Zalewski on Istanbul's Big Dig: Is there a dark side to Turkey's glittering array of multi-billion-dollar massive infrastructure projects? Andrew Arato on ten theses on constitutional change in Turkey. Richard Falk on two forms of lethal polarization: Egypt and Turkey. Smells like Gezi spirit: Meyda Yegenoglu on democratic sensibilities and carnivalesque politics in Turkey. Christopher de Bellaigue on Turkey: “Surreal, menacing, pompous”. An imperfect model: Kemal Kirisci on how a high-profile corruption scandal has aggravated the growing instability in Turkey. At the center of Turkey's corruption scandal is a "gas for gold" scheme that the Obama administration dragged its feet on stopping. Brent E. Sasley on how Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has reshaped Turkish politics, and what it means for current corruption scandal. Will Turkey's Erdogan cause his own downfall? Dexter Filkins investigates. Suzy Hansen goes inside the movement of Fetullah Gulen, a guy who lives in Pennsylvania qho may be taking down the entire Turkish government. With a combination of the kitsch of Eurovision and the lofty sentiments of pan-Turkic brotherhood, the Turkic-speaking world’s first international song contest, Turkvision, made its debut.