Marc Martorell Junyent

Marc Martorell is a graduate in International Relations. His research is focused on the politics and history of the Middle East and North Africa (specially Iran). He has studied and worked in Ankara, Istanbul and Tunis. He is the author of the blog A Non-Orientalist Review (@NonReview)

What Does Turkey’s Election Result Mean for Its Ruling Party?

Apr 02, 2019

While the AKP’s electoral base has been loyal to the party this time, there is no certainty this will happen again in the future. The results of the Turkish local elections appear to be quite clear as of now —  at least when it comes to the actual numbers emerging...

Netanyahu's Indictment Doesn’t Mean He Won’t Win

Mar 19, 2019

The stigma of corruption surrounding Benjamin Netanyahu could lead even more Likud supporters to hide their electoral preferences. On February 28, Israel’s Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced his decision to indict Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu, who is facing investigations in three different cases and could be found guilty of bribery,...