Relations between Turkey and the Kurds are approaching a defining moment—and the prime minister is weak.
Comparisons to the parliament's Iraq War struggles are apt—the Turkish parliament's, that is.
The legacy of the man who dragged Turkey into the twentieth century is at risk to the rival vision of Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The Turkish headman is on a counterproductive path.
Leaving Afghanistan mustn't lead to general neglect.
Turkey's Syria policy hardly could have been worse.
Crucial statistics from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars aren't being systematically stored, leaving lessons unlearnable.
After several years of diplomatic setbacks, Kerry's peace bid offers a chance for Ankara to get back in the game.
Worries of a conflagration ignore the region's history.
Obama has seriously erred in letting talks with the Taliban interfere with more important priorities in Afghanistan.
We shouldn't be surprised that others don't see purity in our intentions.
The Obama administration's talk of pulling out all troops is not wise.
A troubled land has bred a troubled diaspora.
The prime minister isn't done, but his agenda faces a tougher climb in all directions.
Counterinsurgency experts have often pitched their ideas as a solution to tensions within the United States.
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