Ali Cinar is a Senior Foreign Policy Expert and a 2019 Ellis Island Medal of Honor Recipient.
Increased dialogue and cooperation with Turkey would better serve neighbourly relations and regional stability.
Turkish-American defense cooperation is at a crossroads, and set to be a flashpoint during the Erdogan-Biden G20 meeting later this month.
With Washington rebuffing Ankara’s attempts to resolve festering bilateral issues, the shaky relationship between the two NATO allies doesn't appear to be turning the corner anytime soon.
Working with NATO allies, the Biden administration must think about its attitude towards the Taliban, its arrangements for the fight against terrorism and how it can help innocent Afghans.
The uncertainty in Afghanistan poses an international security risk. The best way forward is in collaboration with others.
As international troops prepare for withdrawal, Turkey should not be pulled into a military engagement in Afghanistan.
The nomination of the former Senator, aimed at not rocking the boat any further, comes at a tense time in relations between the two countries.
Common sense, regional balance and diplomacy stand out when it comes to crisis management between Beijing and Washington, whose asymmetrical differences have eroded.
As the Alliance unites to refocus on Russia and China, Turkey will be confronted with a choice regarding the countries it has been able to balance until now.
The Erdogan-Mitsotakis meeting at the upcoming NATO summit is critical for both countries. Support from the US and EU will only increase security in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Egypt has gained some credibility on Israel-Palestine, an opportunity that Turkey could have snapped up.
The US has met most of its vaccination goals within the administration's time frame, but the economy is still suffering and cities still haven't come back to life.
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