Turkey: Erdoğan Faces Twittering Opposition

Opposition’s use of social media tarnishes Erdoğan government, but short-term change is unlikely
Anna Beth Keim
March 26, 2014

WMD Risks in Civil War: What Syria Can Teach

The US, ill-prepared on Syria’s use of chemical weapons, must plan for strife in Pakistan, North Korea
Bennett Ramberg
January 23, 2014

Will the Iran Nuclear Deal Thrive or Wither?

The world has a narrow window of opportunity for a deal on Iran’s nuclear research
Dilip Hiro
January 21, 2014

Iran Approaches a “Gorbachev Moment”

US-Iranian interim accord could offer a transformative moment for the Middle East
Robert A. Manning
November 26, 2013

Time for the US and Iran to Act

Holding leverage over Iran, the US can ensure verification by the IAEA
Jamsheed K. Choksy
November 21, 2013

Strike on Syria for Chemical Weapons – Not Illegal

Humanitarian interventions, as proposed by Obama on Syria, shape responsibility to protect
Harold Hongju Koh
October 3, 2013


Erdogan Targets More Than 50,000 in Purge After Failed Turkish Coup

Turkey’s political divisiveness could spill across borders
Humeyra Pamuk and Ercan Gurses
July 20, 2016

Why Erdoğan Shouldn't Double Down on Dictatorship After Coup Attempt

Even opposition groups opposed coup and seek order for a divided nation
Mohammed Ayoob
July 19, 2016

Turkish Forces Try to Crush Remnants of Coup

Turkey military coup attempt failed: damage for democratic rights, NATO partnership?
Orhan Coskun and Gulsen Solaker
July 17, 2016

European Purgatory: Migrant Smugglers Helping Refugees Return to Turkey

Conditions on the border between Greece and Macedonia are described as disgrace for the EU
Riham Alkousaa and Maximilian Popp
July 7, 2016

Week of Terror Underscores a “Desperate” Islamic State

The Islamic State, losing militarily, shifts tactics toward conventional terrorism
Jessica Durando and Jim Michaels
July 4, 2016