Tag Archives | Turkey
Turkish and Russian Intrusion into the Libyan Conflict: The Spanish Reaction
Paula Baltar Lorenzo 08.07.20
Cyprus: Cutting the Gordian Knot
Robert Ellis 08.06.20
Mosques, Museums and Politics: The Fate of Hagia Sophia
Binoy Kampmark 07.11.20
The New Lord Tim Bell: Business as Usual on K Street
Scott Morgan 06.30.20
A New Phase in Libya?
Scott Morgan 06.11.20
Cut off Cold Turkey: America’s F-35 as a Soft Power Pawn
Sandy Milne 05.17.20
Turkey Releasing Murderers – but not Political Opponents – from Prison Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Ahmet T. Kuru 04.23.20
Will COVID-19 Shift the Power Balance in the Middle East?
Gazi Hassan 04.23.20
COVID-19 Is Not a Bioweapon, But It Can Be Abused As a Bioeconomic Weapon
Nader Habibi 04.17.20
Will COVID-19 shift America away from Europe, toward Asia?
James Durso 04.08.20
Vulnerable Nations: A Case for the Kurds
Robert G. Bost 03.17.20
Greece is Shifting its Foreign Policy to Counter Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean
Alexander Gale 03.05.20
U.S. Should Recognize Allies’ Concerns about Libya
James Durso 02.20.20
The Retreat of the United States and the Prospect of War
Richard E. Caroll 02.13.20
Turkey: Looking for Quagmires
Conn Hallinan 02.07.20
Russia and Turkey in Libya, Testing the Waters?
Mona Thakkar 02.03.20
A New Non-Aligned Movement?
Stephen Chan 01.15.20
NATO and the Turkish Question
Louis Savoia 12.30.19
Finally Recognizing the Armenian Genocide
Michael Goodyear 12.14.19