December 07, 2018|Burak BekdilBESA Center
Turkey's radical shift in crises, first with Russia and then with America, shows that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan cannot afford to risk a punishing economic crisis that might cost him his power.
October 23, 2018|Andrew HarrodAmerican Thinker
Whereas the West has learned to despise its own heritage and religion, causing it to become an unwitting ally of the jihad.
October 02, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
Almost three million voters in northern Iraq voted for independence, a year ago.
August 13, 2018|Kyle ShidelerThe Federalist
And there’s reason for concern that efforts to legitimize Islamist politicians will continue.
August 06, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
The heated exchange between Canada and Saudi Arabia will have consequences as the kingdom says it will freeze trade and investment deals.
August 01, 2018|Daniel PipesThe Washington Times
After many years of getting nowhere, the civilizationist opposition to lax border controls and multiculturalism has now become a significant force in Europe.
July 30, 2018|Burak BekdilBESA Center
Erdoğan has never hidden his appetite for limitless one-man rule. If his new executive presidency sounds like a joke, that may be because it is.
July 24, 2018|Burak BekdilSigma Insight Turkey
As always, "right-wing" Turkey is furious because "right-wing" Israel did something "right-wing," which is apparently only "right" when Turkey practices it.
May 04, 2018|Cynthia FarahatFrontPage Magazine
A new report exposes the jihadist-linked extremists gaining access to our lawmakers
September 01, 2017|Ibrahim Elbadawi and Samir Makdisi, eds.Middle East Quarterly
Reviewed by Hilal Khashan