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While America counts its votes, Erdogan advances his agenda

Can the next US president manage Erdogan’s ambition?

Week in Review | | November 06, 2020

Paris hints at new sanctions against Ankara after banning Turkish 'Grey Wolves'

France is considering new sanctions against Turkey over President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's “declarations of violence” as tensions wind further between the NATO allies.

Al-Monitor Staff | | November 05, 2020

Are Turkey, Azerbaijan ready to talk peace with Armenia?

Although TRT momentarily reported that Azerbaijan had claimed it had emerged victorious in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, there seems to be a lot to still sort out before there can be a lasting cease-fire.

Amberin Zaman | | November 04, 2020

Trump's former national security adviser says reentering Iran deal would be 'huge mistake'

Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, who served as national security adviser from 2017 to 2018, assesses Trump’s Middle East record, reflecting on his career in the region’s battlegrounds.

Al-Monitor Staff | | November 03, 2020

Egypt slams Turkish role in Syria

Egypt has recently condemned Turkey’s role in Syria, which prompted condemnation on the part of Ankara, fueling the already existing tensions between the two countries.

Hagar Hosny | Egypt | November 01, 2020

Turkey joins chorus of condemnation of Nice murders

After three people were killed by a suspected Islamist extremist in France’s coastal city of Nice, Turkey's president took a break from his row with Paris to condemn the violence.

Amberin Zaman | Turkey | October 29, 2020

Iran tries to mediate cease-fire between Azerbaijan, Armenia

The fighting on Iran’s northwestern border has begun to alarm officials who are attempting to mediate a cease-fire between the two sides.

Al-Monitor Staff | Iran | October 29, 2020

Are attacks on Syrian opposition signal from Moscow to Ankara?

As Turkey conducts simultaneous campaigns in different theaters — including assistance to Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict — Moscow must be tempted to exploit the turbulence to extract concessions from Ankara.

Anton Mardasov | Russia / Mideast | October 30, 2020

The Takeaway: Is Erdogan’s threat to Syrian Kurds linked to US election?

Turkish president also calculates risk of escalation in Idlib; a primer on the Idlib ceasefires; plus: four more quick takes on Syria and Iraq.

Andrew Parasiliti | | October 28, 2020

How does Erdogan get away with it all?

The United States and European Union’s inertia may allow Turkey to threaten de-escalation efforts in Libya and South Caucasus.

Cengiz Candar | Turkey | October 28, 2020