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The Turkey-Uzbekistan Rapprochement
December 21, 2016
The Turkey-Uzbekistan Rapprochement
Under Uzbekistan's new president, ties with Turkey may be poised for a thaw.
The Turkey-Uzbekistan Rapprochement
Will Turkey Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Instead of the EU?
November 24, 2016
Will Turkey Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Instead of the EU?
Turkish President Erdogan has his eyes set on joining China and Russia's security club.
Will Turkey Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Instead of the EU?
Political Scandals Bring Pakistan and Turkey's Leaders Together
November 23, 2016
Political Scandals Bring Pakistan and Turkey's Leaders Together
Nawaz Sharif and Recep Erdogan: Two paranoid leaders who need each other.
Political Scandals Bring Pakistan and Turkey's Leaders Together
After the Failed Coup: A New Dawn for China-Turkey Relations?
August 10, 2016
After the Failed Coup: A New Dawn for China-Turkey Relations?
As Ankara reexamines its post-coup foreign policy priorities, China-Turkey relations have an opportunity to blossom.
After the Failed Coup: A New Dawn for China-Turkey Relations?
Russia-Turkey Relations: Back on Track?
August 10, 2016
Russia-Turkey Relations: Back on Track?
Erdogan's first trip abroad following the July 15 coup attempt was to Russia to patch up relations.
Russia-Turkey Relations: Back on Track?
Is Turkey Following Pakistan’s Descent Into Islamization?
August 10, 2016
Is Turkey Following Pakistan’s Descent Into Islamization?
Erdogan’s power grab recalls Pakistan's military dictator, Zia ul-Haq.
Is Turkey Following Pakistan’s Descent Into Islamization?
Turkey’s Geostrategic Context and Calculus
July 14, 2016
Turkey’s Geostrategic Context and Calculus
Insights from Sinan Ulgen
Turkey’s Geostrategic Context and Calculus
Can Bangladesh and Turkey Mend Frayed Ties?
July 04, 2016
Can Bangladesh and Turkey Mend Frayed Ties?
Turkey and Bangladesh suffered a break over war crimes trials in Dhaka. Is rapprochement in the cards?
Can Bangladesh and Turkey Mend Frayed Ties?
The Turkish-Russian Rapprochement
June 30, 2016
The Turkish-Russian Rapprochement
Seven months after the downing of a Russian jet on the Turkey-Syria border, Moscow and Ankara might be moving toward normalization.
The Turkish-Russian Rapprochement
After Paris Attacks, China Seeks More International Help Fighting Xinjiang Separatists
November 17, 2015
After Paris Attacks, China Seeks More International Help Fighting Xinjiang Separatists
With the G20 leaders focused on terrorism after the attacks in Paris, China wants help in its fight against ETIM.
After Paris Attacks, China Seeks More International Help Fighting Xinjiang Separatists
Tajikistan, Turkey and the Gülen Movement
August 21, 2015
Tajikistan, Turkey and the Gülen Movement
Why the closure of seven charter schools in Tajikistan has regional implications.
Tajikistan, Turkey and the Gülen Movement
Can China-Turkey Relations Move On?
July 30, 2015
Can China-Turkey Relations Move On?
Erodgan sought to move the China-Turkey relationship beyond recent tensions over Uyghur issues.
Can China-Turkey Relations Move On?
Uyghur Issues Cast Pall Over Turkey-China Relations
July 28, 2015
Uyghur Issues Cast Pall Over Turkey-China Relations
Just as Turkish President Erdogan heads to Beijing, Uyghur issues are causing anger in the bilateral relationship.
Uyghur Issues Cast Pall Over Turkey-China Relations
Japan’s Strategic Push with Turkey
March 18, 2014
Japan’s Strategic Push with Turkey
With few diplomatic openings in East Asia, Tokyo has been busy forging ties with Ankara.
Japan’s Strategic Push with Turkey
Turkey Renews Plea to Join Shanghai Cooperation Organization
December 01, 2013
Turkey Renews Plea to Join Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Turkish PM Erdogan has once again said that Turkey wants to join the SCO. This is just part of Turkey’s larger pivot to Asia.
Turkey Renews Plea to Join Shanghai Cooperation Organization
NATO's Mounting Opposition to Turkey’s Chinese Missile System
October 16, 2013
NATO's Mounting Opposition to Turkey’s Chinese Missile System
NATO officials are calling the Chinese system a “virus” and Turkey’s decision a “crazy idea.”
NATO's Mounting Opposition to Turkey’s Chinese Missile System
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