Erdogan's hardline policies targeting the Kurds are an opportunity for his rivals.
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President Trump is removing U.S. forces from key areas of northern Syria so that Turkey can attack Kurdish forces—long-standing military partners of the U.S. Mass releases of Islamic State fighters held by the Kurds may soon follow.
Many Syrians cannot return home. They need a way into the Turkish economy.
It would help refugees make a living and be an asset to the Turkish economy.
Ankara and Moscow have grown closer through the Syrian civil war. Now Russia is driving a wedge between Turkey and the U.S.
The opposition candidate for mayor of Istanbul came out of a second election with a resounding victory.
Two different groups of protesters have brought civil suits against Turkey in response to violence by Turkish security officials outside the ambassador’s residence in Washington, D.C. They have a surprisingly strong, if unconvincing, argument.
Erdogan has been assertive in the Horn of Africa and the Gulf states are taking notice.
The United States has taken several escalatory steps in recent months to suspend delivery of F-35 fighter jets to Turkey. If the dispute escalates and the U.S. cancels the transfer or removes Turkey from the F-35 production program, a range of legal issues could result.
Turkey is not doing everything it can to investigate Khashoggi’s disappearance. The reason why has everything to do with the United States.