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Greece Refuses Turkish Extradition for 8 Accused in Coup Attempt
ISIL's attack in Istanbul is a turning point - and more violence could follow
Immediate reaction from RUSI research fellow Michael Stephens to the assassination of Russia's Ambassador to Turkey.
Turkey’s new foreign policy will see Ankara favouring closer ties with the US and Russia, and orienting away from Europe towards the Middle East.
Sijbren de Jong
Russia and Turkey’s decision to build a natural gas pipeline can upend energy supply calculations in southern Europe. But the plans still face some fundamental regulatory and financial hurdles.
Francesco F Milan
Although unsuccessful, July’s attempted coup will affect Turkey for years to come.
Whilst Russia and NATO argue about whether the Su-24 shot down did violate Turkish airspace, Russia has established form conducting such incursions.
A clash between Turkey and Russia was perhaps inevitable. It is now important to make sure this crisis does not escalate or undermine Syria’s embryonic peace process.
The recent suicide bombings in Ankara have exacerbated the simmering tensions in Turkey’s political system.
The inability of the AKP to win an outright majority is a personal failure for President Recep Erdogan. Yet, Turkey’s future rests in large part on the Turkish president’s next move.
Even without the challenge posed by Daesh, the Kurds of Iraq face a bumpy road ahead this summer with unresolved internal challenges within the Kurdish region itself.
Edited by James Ker-Lindsay and Alastair Cameron
Turkey has a unique experience of the problems of political violence and terrorism. Its lessons may be applicable elsewhere
To provide a current assessment as to whether sustainable progress is being made in Greek-Turkish relations in the Aegean Sea, a number of questions must be addressed.