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Washington or Moscow: Decision-Time for Erdogan in Northern Syria
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Washington or Moscow: Decision-Time for Erdogan in Northern Syria
October 17, 2021

Continued US support for Kurdish militants is taking its toll on US-Turkish relations. Turkey’s President Erdogan may finally have to choose between an American or Russian direction for his country.

The Iran-Azerbaijan Standoff Is a Contest for the Region’s Transportation Corridors
October 7, 2021

The reaction to the Iranian military exercise so far is a predictable Turkey–Azerbaijani response: they are conducting a joint drill in Nakhchivan throughout this week.

The Iran-Azerbaijan Standoff Is a Contest for the Region’s Transportation Corridors
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Kabul Should Not Forget: ‘Turkey Was a Major Part of the NATO Mission in Afghanistan’
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Kabul Should Not Forget: ‘Turkey Was a Major Part of the NATO Mission in Afghanistan’
September 17, 2021

While it is unclear whether Turkey will incorporate Syrian mercenaries into their plan for Afghanistan, one of Turkey’s stipulations to the Taliban regarding the operation of the Kabul airport was the involvement of a private Turkish security firm.

Meet the Anglo-Turkish Oil Company With an Iron Grip on KRG Oil
September 14, 2021

Today, Genel Energy owns rights in at least six production-sharing contracts (PSCs) in Iraqi Kurdistan, and is the largest oil producer in the region.

Meet the Anglo-Turkish Oil Company With an Iron Grip on KRG Oil
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NATO’s Obsolescence: Ukraine, Turkey, Brazil and now Afghanistan
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NATO’s Obsolescence: Ukraine, Turkey, Brazil and now Afghanistan
August 27, 2021

We should expect to see the U.S. continue to downsize its commitments outside of the Americas, and we expect to see the U.S. increase its efforts to reintroduce a Monroe Doctrine 2.0 inside the Americas, Joaquin Flores writes.

Why the West Funds Terrorism
August 15, 2021

It is clear that the declared “enemy” in this “War on Terror,” is not what we were led to believe, and increasingly, it is beginning to look like the enemy may in fact be, anyone who resists this global agenda.

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Turkey Expanding Multinational Turkic Council to Counteract CSTO, SCO in ‘Eurasian Continent’
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Turkey Expanding Multinational Turkic Council to Counteract CSTO, SCO in ‘Eurasian Continent’
June 29, 2021

The Turkic Council was set up in 2009 with Turkey as its prime mover, five years after the nation hosted the NATO summit in Istanbul that recorded the largest-ever expansion of the military bloc.

U.S. Reclaims Turkey for the Western Alliance
June 12, 2021

Biden’s meetings in Brussels and Geneva are, arguably, the most consequential “bilaterals” he’ll be having in this entire eight-day trip to Europe. The two events have variables, but their correlation is not in doubt.

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