The belligerent president has forgotten that his country is a democracy, not a dictatorship. It is time for him to go
If Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey’s belligerent president, were a true patriot with his country’s security and wellbeing at heart, he would resign immediately. He has made an appalling hash of things. His Syrian misadventure, while unusually calamitous, is but the latest in a long line of foreign blunders. Erdoğan abuses his position. He harms his country. He is still in office not because he is popular but because of the fear he instils and the power he crudely wields. It’s time for him to go.
Getting rid of Erdoğan is a matter for the Turks. And it wouldn’t be quite as difficult as it might sound