As the primary source of tourists visiting Turkey shifts from Europe to the Middle East, a 150 year-long era comes to a close.
What does history teach us about the real prospects of closer Turkish relations with Russia and Iran?
Turkey has become too diverse demographically, too big economically and too complicated politically for one person to shape in his own image.
The two countries appear to be compartmentalizing their shared and divergent interests in Syria and Iraq.
Erdogan’s embrace of nationalist rhetoric and actions could have important repercussions on Turkish foreign policy.
Normalization negotiations seem closer than ever to conclusion, but significant differences remain on Gaza, Hamas and Egypt.
The United States should encourage rapprochement between Turkey and the PYD.
The choice of coalition after this weekend’s elections will tell us much about Turkey’s future path.
Turkey is no longer seen as a staunch ally in NATO but as a wayward country that wears religion and ideology on its sleeve.