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Turkey news and analysis from The Nation
November 10, 2016
How Will Trump Reshape the Middle East?
If he follows through on his erratic statements, he could manage to alienate Russia, the Gulf monarchies, the EU, and Iran.
October 31, 2016
The War in Syria Cannot Be Won. But It Can Be Ended.
The left is profoundly divided over the conflict, but we should at least agree on a set of principles to end it.
October 18, 2016
The Debate Over Syria Has Reached a Dead End
Two warring narratives now dominate discussions—and neither is sufficient.
October 14, 2016
Meet the Man Who Should Be the Next Secretary of State
Former ambassador to Saudi Arabia Chas Freeman is that rare thing, an honest and wise diplomat—which is why he’ll probably never be appointed.
October 13, 2016
The Armenian Genocide Finally Gets Its Due With the Film ‘The Promise’
An epic motion picture, it will introduce general audiences to a tragic chapter of history that has been shamefully denied for far too long.
Pietro A. Shakarian
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September 23, 2016
In Greece, the Refugee Crisis Worsens While the World’s Attention Turns Elsewhere
The EU’s resettlement plan has failed—tens of thousands are now stranded in dangerous, unsanitary camps.
Anna Lekas Miller
September 16, 2016
Turkey Is Supporting the Syrian Jihadis Washington Says It Wants to Fight
And our NATO ally is bent on destroying the Kurds of Rojava, the Syrian force with the most democratic, pluralistic, and feminist vision.
August 10, 2016
Neo-McCarthyite Kremlin-Baiting of Trump Continues to Prevent Urgent Policy Debates
While pro-Clinton “liberals” and others escalate their slurring of Trump as Putin’s “agent” and “puppet,” international developments vital to US interests are being ignored in this presidential election year.
Stephen F. Cohen
July 27, 2016
Neo-McCarthyism and Olympic Politics as More Evidence of a New Cold War
McCarthyism was a characteristic feature of the preceding Cold War, but now it is coming from liberals, even from the Clinton campaign.
Stephen F. Cohen
July 21, 2016
What Happens When Violence Is an Everyday Occurrence
Recent horrific incidents are a consequence of the weakening of social inhibition against the use of violence.