Turkey's neighbors and Turkey's trade will get top billing in today's meeting.
The prime minister's visit to Washington will feature hot disagreements over Syria behind closed doors.
The phone call between Erdogan and Netanyahu won't stop a trend of increasing tension.
Keeping Ankara out of the new Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership helps nobody.
Ankara's work with the Kurds and the Israelis suggests a Middle East where talking is an option.
Why the Turks and the Israelis made up so suddenly.
Unlike past attempts, the current talks look serious.
Turkey shouldn't fall for the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
Peace with the PKK rebels could cement Erdogan's legacy; blowback from Syria could ruin it.
Georgia's real problem is with Turkey, not Russia.
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