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What is the future of Ankara’s increasingly fraught relations with Washington


Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is making business with the state he deems most evil

While Turkey’s Erdogan continues to trumpet alleged successes, problems amassed in 2020, to which Erdogan responded with more draconian oppression

The imminent EU summit could see Europe finally take a stand on Turkey

Despite his attempt to sustain his jingoistic and expansionist demagoguery, Turkey’s Erdogan cannot circumvent Moscow

With Trump on his way out, Turkey’s Erdogan has lost an ally and may find the pressure mounting, starting with the path cleared for Congressional sanctions

Erdogan’s interference in Nagorno-Karabakh may be the last straw for other NATO members when it comes to tolerating his regime

Turkey’s Erdogan seems to be doubling down in the Caucasus in search of a victory that might blunt the force of failure everywhere else

Taking advantage of Erdogan’s troubles with Europe, Moscow appears to be moving in Syria to break its alignment of convenience with Ankara, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Ankara is looking for ways out of the corner it has painted itself in

Washington has now joined the EU in lining up against aggressive Turkish resource speculation in the East Mediterranean. But will Erdogan listen?

With the EU toughening its stance on Turkish drilling in the Eastern Mediterranean, and amid a deepening economic crisis at home, Erdogan may soon have to about-face

Turkish drilling activities off the coast of Cyprus have put the EU on high alert

As Erdogan continues his foreign adventurism, the Turkish economy continues to plummet, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Beset by troubles at home, Turkey’s Erdogan continues to drive wedges around the region. Is he serious about making so many enemies, or is it all for domestic consumption

Relations between Turkey and key EU states continue to sour over Turkish rights violations and Erdogan’s adventurism in Libya, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Erdogan’s expansionist designs are raising increasing alarm in Europe, as well as the Arab world, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

With his eyes set on oil and gas, Turkey’s Erdogan seems willing to put amicable relations with Moscow into the cooler, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Might Erdogan’s military meddling in Libya ultimately have a domestic goal?

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