The long cordial relations between the United States and Azerbaijan (since the dissolution of the Soviet Union at least) have lately taken some interesting twists and turns, Stephen Karganovich writes.
Tim Kirby discusses some possible consequences the Turks and the world could experience due to the Armenian genocide recognition by the United States.
As the world shifts to more multilateral economic cooperation, the United States and its European minions are trying to thwart that direction by insisting on countries making a false choice of aligning one way or the other.
The development of relations between the European Union and Turkey is becoming increasingly reminiscent of a long, drawn-out chess game in which both players have decided to rid the game of all logic once and for all. This impression is deceptive, however…