11 October 2018
The Khashoggi case has brought to the fore questions of Turkey’s regional leadership
- Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent critic of Riyadh, has been missing for over a week after visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul
- Despite taking a tough line on internal dissent, Turkey has become a haven for opposition voices across the region
- Turkey’s restrained response has highlighted the limits of its regional power
Turkey has launched an official investigation into the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was last seen ahead of an appointment at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on October 2. Security camera footage obtained by the Turkish media appears to show Khashoggi entering the consulate but not re-emerging. Police were granted permission to search the consulate building on October 9 without significant result.
A prominent critic of Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, Khashoggi has been living in exile since…
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