Turkey appears to be entering a period of unprecedented violence, yet the Turkish government’s responses are only exacerbating security concerns.
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With a second round of elections in Turkey just a few days away, the future of the country is looking increasingly uncertain.Read more
In all the back slapping over the deal with Turkey, Obama’s foreign policy team seems to have ignored a crucial fact of life in the Middle East – the enemy of my enemy is still my enemy.Read more
Regional power plays, a historic peace agreement, and a new vision for Turkish foreign policy all rest in the fate of Kobani.Read more
In August, The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Egypt carried out a series of secret airstrikes within Libya with the purpose of slowing down the advance of Islamist militias in Tripoli, specifically seeking to prevent them from taking over the international airport. The attacks caught the rest of the world by surprise, particularly the United States, who claimed that theRead more