Turkey has been knocking for 50 years on the door of the European Union. When will Europe act in its own self-interest and open up?
The Arab Spring is the most profound foreign policy challenge facing the United States, and Washington’s response could help shape the course of the Middle East for decades.
Does Turkey provide a political and economic model for the democracy activists in the Arab world?
The United States has a real opportunity to encourage Islamists to express their frustrations through peaceful means.
WikiLeaks documents to show U.S. support for Kurd group classified as terrorists.
Turkey fears American military action more than Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
If Turkey and Israel break off relations, the damage will spread throughout the Middle East and beyond.
When Wall Street dodges taxes, Main Street is left to pick up the slack.
In the aftermath of the Gaza flotilla in May, a powerful new alliance may be emerging in the Middle East.
Iran sanctions are for the benefit — or lack thereof — of other countries as well.
Turkey, Iran, and Syria are displacing Egypt, Saudi Arabia as the power players in the Middle East.
When will we wean ourselves of the delusion that a talented tenth — be they entrepreneurs or technocrats or pundits — will deliver us from poverty and the other ills of the world?
What were Tel Aviv’s decision makers thinking?
There’s plenty to criticize in Turkey’s conduct. But is it really an evil puppet master?
If the U.S. thinks the Russians are going to have a falling out with the Turks over the Iran sanctions, then delusion is the order of the day in Washington.