Returning to faith

Polarization is a Global Phenomenon. How Far will it Go?

Kutuplaşma nereye kadar?

In the mainstream media more and more articles have appeared discussing the existence of polarization in Turkey. While such articles were written on occasion in the past, they are much more noticeable nowadays. Most of the articles indicate that the country has basically convened around two different political views, and that the gap between them is getting wider. Even though these claims are true in a sense, polarization is not a problem exclusive to only Turkey. In many countries of the world, gray areas have disappeared in the fields of politics, economics and culture. Societies have gravitated to two extremes where it seems that it is either black or white as far as issues are concerned. The culture of reconciliation and compromise gave way to extreme ideas where people are less tolerant of opposing idea. This is undoubtedly not a healthy development for the future of the world. It should not be forgotten that the current trend of polarization serves the interests of some power groups that organize revolutions or rebellions such as the Arab Spring known in the Middle East, as events in the world are playing right into the hands of those who want to drag it into ruin.

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2017-07-16 01:41:10

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