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Turkey’s War Within

As Ankara approaches a crucial political moment, an insurgency threatens to spiral out of control in the country’s Kurdish regions.

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How President Erdogan Mastered the Media

Turkey's once-feisty press has succumbed to an artful mix of bribery, muscle, and ideology.

Passport

Jabhat al-Nusra Abandons Fight North of Aleppo as Turkey and U.S. Plot ‘Safe Zone’

The al Qaeda affiliate's withdrawal is the latest development in a shifting balance of power in northwestern Syria.

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Turkey and the West — Getting Results From Crisis

The partnership between Turkey, the United States, and NATO in the fight against the Islamic State is a critical opportunity to bring Ankara back into the European orbit.

Report

Putin's Fading Energy Dreams

Putin’s pipe dreams to cement a flurry of energy deals with Asia and Europe are in disarray.

The Cable

Pentagon Launching Armed Drones From Turkey

First drones, then U.S. fighter planes, will operate from Turkish bases.

Argument

A Short History of Turkish Threats to Invade Syria

And why they've failed to produce a stable Middle East (and probably won't this time, either).

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