Join YPFP NY and NeueHouse for an evening with journalists Elmira Bayrasli, co-founder of Foreign Policy Interrupted, and Melik Kaylan, co-author of The Russia-China Axis: The New Cold War and America's Crisis of Leadership, as they discuss the results of Turkey's constitutional referendum—which could grant President Erdogan unprecedented executive power—in the context of rising populism and geopolitical uncertainty. What does this portend for democracy, not only in Turkey, but around the world? And what does this mean for the fight against ISIS and the civil war in Syria?
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Melik Kaylan writes for the Wall Street Journal about culture and the arts. He is co-author of The Russia-China Axis and writes regularly for Politico, Forbes, and elsewhere about global politics. He has covered conflict in the Middle East, the Russo-sphere, Central Asia and elsewhere for two decades. He was born in Istanbul, educated in the UK, and lives in New York. Follow him on twitter: @melkaylan.
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