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Mediterranean Gas Find: A Chance for U.S. to Break with Turkey

Mediterranean Gas Find: A Chance for U.S. to Break with Turkey

According to a paper published in The Hudson Institute, Washington D.C.,  the U.S. Energy future lies in Israeli, Cypriot, and Greek cooperation on newly discovered natural gas fields. The strategic and energy-rich region beginning in the eastern Mediterranean and stretching ...

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Will Turkey Weather the Middle East Storm?

Will Turkey Weather the Middle East Storm?

Kemal Dervis – A cycle of terrible violence has taken over much of the Middle East. Its center has shifted from Iraq (where sectarian strife has recently escalated again) to Syria, but it encompasses Egypt, Yemen, Libya, and Tunisia as ...

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The Paranoid Style in Turkish Politics

The Paranoid Style in Turkish Politics

Erdogan punishes his opponents on dubious conspiracy charges. Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan put his repressive side on display in June, when he denounced peaceful demonstrators in Istanbul’s Taksim Square as “provocateurs and terrorists” and turned water cannons and ...

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