After years of watching Erdoğan gut Turkey’s institutions and offer jihadists of all stripes a warm welcome, Israel no longer trusts its former ally.
Most American and Israeli foreign-policy thinkers are blind to what’s really going on in Turkey, the opportunities there are, and the challenges it presents.
The only way to strike a better political deal with the Houthis would be to weaken them militarily.
Braggadocio conceals self-doubt.
While making the Middle East safer.
“For all of Iran’s success in cultivating militant groups across the Middle East, there are tangible signs that it has overreached.”
In 1949, Turkey was the first Muslim nation to recognize Israel, but in the last few decades their relationship has hit the rocks. Can recent signs of rapprochement be trusted?
Riyadh wants to see a strong America.
“The rise of new technology and a retreating hegemon are a combustible combination.”
Washington cozies up to Tehran, and lambasts the Gulf states for following suit.
A tale of three summits.
They got things wrong, and failed to learn from their mistakes.
The visit marks the first time an Arab government has welcomed the Syrian leader since civil war broke out in 2011.
A briefing on the crisis in Ukraine, and what it means for the world.