US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: limited options in unstable times

US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: limited options in unstable times

August 2014

Post-2011: From bad to worse The failure of the United States to handle a rising tide of instability in the Middle East is not without precedent. Despite successes in other parts of the world, US foreign policy has long struggled to achieve positive outcomes in the Middle East. Still, today there is a new sense of failure surrounding American policy as negative...

The Turkish Left and the Syrian Conflict

The Turkish Left and the Syrian Conflict

December 2012

While the ruling party's threats of military force risk Turkey's security and long-term stability, opposition to any involvement at all by some factions of the country's left wing deserves criticism.

Turkey Veers off The Democratic Path

Turkey Veers off The Democratic Path

July 2012

While Justice and Development Party is celebrating its third term in Government, their policies have revealed cracks in their foundations.

For Whom the Bells Toll

For Whom the Bells Toll

May 2012

Misguided policy choices drive Turkey's economy to the edge of economic crisis.

AKP’s Foreign Policy Doctrine: Illusion or Distortion?

AKP’s Foreign Policy Doctrine: Illusion or Distortion?

April 2012

Turkey could pay a high price for the failures following the foreign policy changes under AKP's Ahmet Davutoglu.

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