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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.
Whilst Russia and NATO argue about whether the Su-24 shot down did violate Turkish airspace, Russia has established form conducting such incursions.
Jonathan Eyal reviews The Southern Flank of NATO, 1951–1959: Military Strategy of Political Stabilization, by Dionysios Chourchoulis
The recent suicide bombings in Ankara have exacerbated the simmering tensions in Turkey’s political system.
Two new RUSI reports suggest Western military efforts to eliminate ISIS from the Middle East may result only in the Balkanisation of the region. Instead, the best hope of countering the extremist group may come from within.
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.