By MURAT YETKİN
As the heat of the trauma has slowly started to cool down, an analysis of the bigger picture concerning the failed coup attempt of July 15 in Turkey is becoming possible.
It is possible to analyze the situation, seemingly unprecedented in the history of coups d’état both on a global and national scale, with reference to three key factors. They are the following:
1- The depth of the infiltration of the covert network to commit this action;
2- The severity of the blow hit by the coup plotters;
3- The prevalence of resistance to the coup attempt.
We can elaborate on those factors as follows: