Gareth Jenkins in The New Yorker on Turkey’s Thirty-Year Coup

October 9, 2016: Gareth Jenkins, Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow at ISDP, was quoted in The New Yorker in the article Turkey’s Thirty-Year Coup.

“In 2002, General Hilmi Özkok was named chief of the Army, and the vigilance within the military relaxed. According to Jenkins, Gülen’s followers began to fill the ranks. “This created an enormous amount of unease in the officers corps,” he said.”

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