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Why Did Pakistan’s Prime Minister Promote a Turkish TV Show?
June 08, 2020

Why Did Pakistan’s Prime Minister Promote a Turkish TV Show?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Market values and Islamic values: Ertuğrul is a hero that exclaims "Ya Allah" before vanquishing his enemies.

How Iran and Turkey Compete in Central Asian Trade
February 25, 2020

How Iran and Turkey Compete in Central Asian Trade

By Omid Rahimi and Ali Heydari
A closer look at how two pivotal players factor into subregional dynamics in this domain.
Turkey Seeks Extradition of 2 Gulen School Employees From Kyrgyzstan
December 31, 2019

Turkey Seeks Extradition of 2 Gulen School Employees From Kyrgyzstan

By Catherine Putz
Two employees of the re-named Sapat school network are reportedly in detention. A Bishkek court has stalled their extradition.

Is India Redefining Its Role in the Politics of the Middle East?
October 24, 2019

Is India Redefining Its Role in the Politics of the Middle East?

By Niranjan Marjani
A closer look at India’s increasingly complex relationships with countries of the Middle East.

Turkey and Asia Anew: A Foreign Policy Initiative in Passing 
October 18, 2019

Turkey and Asia Anew: A Foreign Policy Initiative in Passing 

By Ümit Alperen and Eyüp Ersoy
There are favorable conditions and arguments for Turkey to advance relations with Asia, if Ankara can overcome some existing roadblocks.

The Fate of Turkmenistan’s Gülenists
September 03, 2019

The Fate of Turkmenistan’s Gülenists

By Nick Ashdown
What’s become of the students arrested by Turkmen authorities in 2016-17 at the height of the Gülen crackdown?

Turkey and Malaysia Boost Cooperation, Eyeing Defense Industry and Islamic Unity
August 09, 2019

Turkey and Malaysia Boost Cooperation, Eyeing Defense Industry and Islamic Unity

By Altay Atlı
Economic relations, and defense industry ties are at the forefront, but can this partnership also pave the way to greater unity in the Muslim world?
Mauro Gilli: Selling the F-35 to Countries Operating the S-400 Is a Bad Idea
July 03, 2019

Mauro Gilli: Selling the F-35 to Countries Operating the S-400 Is a Bad Idea

By Franz-Stefan Gady
What are the risks of selling the F-35 to India and other countries operating high-tech Russian-made weapons systems?

To Russia or Turkey? A Central Asian Migrant Worker’s Big Choice
January 02, 2019

To Russia or Turkey? A Central Asian Migrant Worker’s Big Choice

By Khamza Sharifzoda
As the appeal of the Russian labor market has decreased, Turkey has become a more attractive option.

In Kyrgyzstan, Erdogan Again Warns of Gulen Network Coup
September 05, 2018

In Kyrgyzstan, Erdogan Again Warns of Gulen Network Coup

By Catherine Putz
Since 2016, Turkey has pressed for Kyrgyzstan to close Gulen-linked schools. So far, Bishkek continues to resist.

Turkish Company Complains About Turkmenistan's Empty Pockets
June 04, 2018

Turkish Company Complains About Turkmenistan's Empty Pockets

By Catherine Putz
In a recent Reuters report, a Turkish company claims Ashgabat hasn't paid up for completed contracts.
How Will Erdogan’s Recent Visit to Uzbekistan Enhance Turkish-Uzbek Cooperation?
May 15, 2018

How Will Erdogan’s Recent Visit to Uzbekistan Enhance Turkish-Uzbek Cooperation?

By Fuad Shahbazov
After a cold snap in bilateral relations, Tashkent and Ankara seem set for warmer relations.

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