Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 31 October 2016
Ankara’s new security doctrine sees a greater role for military intervention in its ‘backyard’.
Asli Aydıntaşbaş & Mark Leonard & Vessela Tcherneva - 15 September 2016
A complex and explosive mixture of misunderstandings, bad blood and unrecognised but shared interests has brought EU-Turkey relationship to a critical juncture.
Julien Barnes-Dacey - 25 August 2016
The intervention signals an unexpected convergence of a significant number of actors who have found common cause in working against the Kurds.
Gareth Davies - 23 August 2016
With tensions rising between Russia and Ukraine, Erdogan may find himself forced to decide which side of the fence he sits on. That may entail falling out of love with Russia all over again.
Carl Bildt - 12 August 2016
Make no mistake: the West’s attitude toward Turkey matters.
Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 09 August 2016
Erdoğan’s visit to Saint Petersburg will likely usher in closer ties with Russia and send strong message to the West – that Ankara has options.
Mark Galeotti - 09 August 2016
Vladimir is not Nicholas, and the 2010s are not the 1850s. Nonetheless, if Putinism is entering its “Nicolaevian” phase, it raises some worrying implications for the future.
ECFR - 02 August 2016
Dr. Ibrahim Kalin, Ambassador and Presidential Spokesperson, speaks to ECFR about the July 15 coup attempt and its aftermath.
Julien Barnes-Dacey & Ellie Geranmayeh - 28 July 2016
Turkey's constrained military and inward focus could soften its 'Assad must go' policy.
Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 21 July 2016
Turkey's counter-coup has concentrated state power in the hands of President Erdogan, thrown state services into turmoil and unsettled Turkey's allies.
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