Deadly Encounters: The Syrian Civil War and Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Last Monday was a rather eventful one; the Pope Benedict XVI resigned surprising many if not everyone; Syrian rebels seized the largest hydroelectric dam in the country inflicting a serious … Continue Reading →


Is Turkey’s Foreign Policy Shifting?

I was long due to write this piece. I and Jeremy Wildeman first began debating about Turkish foreign policy, with respect to the Israel/Palestine conflict, in September on the Facebook. … Continue Reading →

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A Turkish Spring: Why Ankara’s New Foreign Policy is Good for Turkey

This article will argue that radical changes taking place in Turkish foreign policy, punctuated by its recent diplomatic confrontation with Israel and vocal support for the Palestinians, are safe moves … Continue Reading →


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