It's time to realize that Washington and Ankara share neither values nor interests, and that their partnership cannot return to its Cold War heyday.
Both sides have their diplomatic daggers drawn.
A brief cross-cultural exchange shows why political philosophy matters and why our strategic alliances require a nuanced approach.
Erbil has plenty of backers in Washington. Just not for independence.
Only a fraction of promised international aid has reached Syrian refugees in Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon, a rights group says.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu redoubles Israeli support for Iraqi Kurds’ upcoming independence referendum.
This month’s vote could double as a referendum on German Turkish relations.
One of the more curious and troubling developments in the course of the Syrian civil war has been Turkey's rapprochement with Russia and cooperation with Iran.
Some hope EU officials may be able to put pressure on Ankara. They may be disappointed.
Erdogan isn’t the root of Turkey’s troubles. It’s a deep-seated cycle of repression and revenge — with no end in sight.
The Turkish president has brutally cleansed ranks and is building a new army with some strange bedfellows.
The Kafkaesque trial of a U.S. NASA scientist — accused of being a coup-plotter — shows just how paranoid the Turkish judiciary has become.
There’s political will. That doesn’t mean there’s a practical way.