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The New Lord Tim Bell: Business as Usual on K Street

06.30.20
  • A New Phase in Libya?

    06.11.20
  • Cut off Cold Turkey: America’s F-35 as a Soft Power Pawn

    05.17.20
  • Turkey Releasing Murderers – but not Political Opponents – from Prison Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

    04.23.20
  • Will COVID-19 Shift the Power Balance in the Middle East?

    04.23.20
  • COVID-19 Is Not a Bioweapon, But It Can Be Abused As a Bioeconomic Weapon

    04.17.20
  • Will COVID-19 shift America away from Europe, toward Asia?

    04.08.20
  • Vulnerable Nations: A Case for the Kurds

    03.17.20
  • Greece is Shifting its Foreign Policy to Counter Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean

    03.05.20
  • U.S. Should Recognize Allies’ Concerns about Libya

    02.20.20
  • The Retreat of the United States and the Prospect of War

  • Turkey: Looking for Quagmires

    02.07.20
  • Russia and Turkey in Libya, Testing the Waters?

    02.03.20
  • A New Non-Aligned Movement?

    01.15.20
  • NATO and the Turkish Question

    12.30.19
  • Finally Recognizing the Armenian Genocide

  • A Troubled Family: NATO turns 70

    12.11.19
  • Syria Military Presence Risks U.S. Credibility with World Community

    11.27.19
  • Nuclear Lies and Broken Promises

    11.24.19