Washington and Ankara are playing a dangerous game of chicken in Syria.
The West knows what Ankara is up to, but won’t call it by its name.
The Trump administration’s not-so-charm offensive may have steered U.S.-Turkey relations away from the brink of collapse. That’s no cause for a victory lap just yet.
McMaster, Mattis, and Tillerson are having tough conversations with Turkish counterparts.
Turkey’s Islamist president is the first civilian with control over his country’s military – and you can tell by the results.
The country’s civil war is over — and an entirely new one has started, with the United States at the center of it.
Fighting between two vital U.S. allies will only strengthen Assad and Iran.
America’s partners are at each other’s throats, and Washington doesn’t have a plan to pull them apart.
As the United States stands back, the Saudis and even the U.N. special envoy are now open to a greater Russian diplomatic role in shaping the future of Syria.
Reza Zarrab may reveal a sprawling bribery scheme touching the highest levels of the Turkish government.