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Nagorno-Karabakh conflict tests Turkey’s hard power without diplomacy

Can Ankara’s “coercive diplomacy” in the south Caucasus yield tangible diplomatic benefits in the long run?

Barin Kayaoglu | Turkey | October 28, 2020

Erdogan distracts from plummeting lira with call to boycott France

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused France’s Emmanuel Macron of pandering to anti-Muslim "fascists" in a desperate bid to bolster his electoral fortunes ahead of presidential elections in 2022, yet many would agree that Erdogan’s anti-Western tirades are designed to divert attention from his country’s mounting economic woes.

Amberin Zaman | Turkey | October 26, 2020

Democratic senators demand inquiry into alleged Turkish and Azerbaijani human rights abuses

Turkey has responded to some of the recent criticisms it has received from Democrats in Washington. The recent call from the Senate focuses Turkish support for Azerbaijan in the war with Armenia.

Al-Monitor Staff | Washington | October 23, 2020

Cracks in Turkish-Russian ties begin to show

Mistrust instead of the spirit of mutually beneficial political cooperation is guiding current relations between Ankara and Moscow.

Semih Idiz | Turkey | October 23, 2020

Senate praises Library of Congress for agreeing to use term 'Armenian genocide'

The national library refers to the killings of Armenians in early 20th-century Turkey as "massacres," but agreed to call them "genocide" after being urged to do so by Senate Democrats.

Al-Monitor Staff | Washington | October 22, 2020

Can Russia benefit from Turkey-Greece spat?

In light of the conflict in the eastern Mediterranean between Turkey and Greece, Russia may be looking to strengthen its ties with Greece in order to further its interests in the region.

Anton Mardasov | Russia / Mideast | October 22, 2020

The Takeaway: Would US-Turkey ties get better or worse if Biden wins?

Trump may be Erdogan’s best friend in Washington; Four takes on Iraq, including the increased violence by Iran-linked militias; and Israeli official talks normalization with Ben Caspit

Andrew Parasiliti | | October 21, 2020

Armenian-Americans send aid via Qatar Airways during war with Azerbaijan

The Los Angeles-based Armenia Fund sent aid via the Gulf airline. Armenia and Azerbaijan are fighting over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Al-Monitor Staff | Gulf | October 19, 2020

Pompeo hopes Armenia can 'defend' itself from Azerbaijan

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also said that Turkey was increasing the risk of more bloodshed.

Al-Monitor Staff | | October 16, 2020

Intel: Missile launched on Turkey's Black Sea coast after notice of S-400 test

Turkey's Defense Ministry has not publicly confirmed if the missile was part of planned tests of the Russian-built air defense system.

Al-Monitor Staff | | October 16, 2020