High-tech collaboration can also provide “a valuable instrument for overcoming deeply rooted conflicts” in the Middle East, argues new journal article.
A new journal article by Saban Kardas and Bulent Aras examines the calculations of Arab states, American indifference, and the possible limits on the regime’s rehabilitation.
Anna Borshchevskaya's new analysis contends that Moscow may have advantages over Washington in leveraging Kurdish groups to pursue its interests in the Middle East.
Erdoğan dropped demand for EU bid due to economic and strategic reality, but the country’s political culture requires looking to Europe, scholar argues.
“Investment-oriented relations” are driving the relationship after years of enmity.
How will challenges to Putin’s authority at home affect his regional ambitions?