The U.S. is allowing Turkey to become more authoritarian and opposed to the anti-ISIL effort.
Amid the ongoing debate over U.S. strategy in the Middle East, Tyler Bowen responds to Chris Newton’s criticism of millennial foreign policy.
With much of the world seemingly arrayed against the Islamic State, how is the group still so powerful?
New cross-border dynamics in the Middle East have led Turkey to support the Kurds in increasingly visible ways.
With the Syrian border town of Kobane under siege for the past weeks, calls among the international community have been growing stronger for international intervention to support the town in its fight against IS militants. Chris Rodriguez looks at why Turkey is not likely to play any role in such an intervention, and why the U.S. should.