Several EU leaders have criticised Turkey, amid a growing row over the Turkish government's attempts to hold rallies in European countries.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Germany and the Netherlands of "Nazism" after officials blocked rallies there.
Dutch PM Mark Rutte called his comments "unacceptable", while Germany's foreign minister said he hoped Turkey would "return to its senses".
Erdogan is becoming a dictator. Hell, he's been one for ages really.
How can Europe hope that the "light will shine in" and Turkey will turn away from its autocratic path?
Many Turks want Turkey to remain a modern European facing democracy, but many don't.
What happens next and how would Europe deal with an autocratic, hostile regime (another one!) on it's borders?