The first round of voting in the presidential election is over, but the outcome is far from decided.
A tour of former Soviet fears.
Before we leave, we should leave behind the technological means necessary for Afghanistan to thrive.
Erdogan is shifting from the Gulenists to the military.
Erdogan and Obama's differences over Syria feel like a replay of Eisenhower and Menderes.
The election vindicates the large investments and sacrifices of the United States and its allies.
Elections have done nothing to resolve the country's deepening political and ethnic divisions.
New pipelines necessary.
The wars are equally unpopular on paper, but not in practice.
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