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Turkey's Tilt East: A deal with China comes as a particularly harsh blow for NATO.
Articles - February 11, 2014
 

For decades, Turkey has served as a stalwart ally of the West and NATO's representative in the Middle East. But the times may be changing, as Turkey's exploration of new political and economic opportunities in Asia calls into question its traditional relationship with the West.

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 304
Bulletins - November 26, 2013
 

Baghdad will allow Kurds to pump oil in Turkey;
Syria's chemical weapons may be destroyed at sea;
Egypt hosts top Russian officials

 
Epitaph For The Turkish Model
Articles - August 22, 2013
 

Last summer, when the so-called “Arab Spring” was in full bloom, the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey was riding high.

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 290
Bulletins - August 2, 2013
 

Opposition leader assassinated in Tunisia;
Crackdown on Turkish media;
Syrian government takes Homs

 
How Turkey's Leaders Are Exploiting Egypt's Coup
Articles - July 8, 2013
 

If you're reading the American press, you might think that the protests in Turkey have died down. Nothing could be further from the truth. Stranger still, if you are reading the Turkish press, you might conclude that you are in Egypt, because that seems to be the only topic of conversation.

 
World Report What's Behind Turkey's Unrest
Articles - June 4, 2013
 

ISTANBUL – By now, the media coverage of the upheaval in Turkey has been extensive, but certain points have been insufficiently emphasized.

 
Turkey's Kurdish Arithmetic
Articles - May 29, 2013
 

Of all the variables that dictate the fate of nations, demography might just be the most decisive. The pace of populations—how they grow, change and decline—helps shape a country’s political outlook, its internal makeup, and its place in the world. It can also provide useful insights into a nation’s foreign policy priorities.

 
Turkey To America: Step Up In Syria
Articles - May 15, 2013
 

This week, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrives in Washington for a much publicized state visit. The Turkish leader won't simply be making a courtesy call, however. His U.S. mission is largely aimed at achieving one purpose: goading the Obama administration into taking greater action on Syria.

 
Another Regional War in the Wings
Articles - January 31, 2013
 

In the conflict zone stretching from Syria to Afghanistan lies another war waiting to re-emerge: Nagorno-Karabakh. This dispute is likely to occupy President Obama’s new foreign-policy team whether they want it or not.

Two decades ago the newly independent states of Armenia and Azerbaijan fought a bitter war over this remote area of mountains and valleys. Armenia won the war, but nobody has achieved peace. A fragile ceasefire signed in 1994 remains the only tangible achievement of diplomacy.

 
Anatomy Of A Power Struggle
Articles - December 19, 2012