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Spring 2016

Israel - Beyond the Headlines


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Writings by Topic: Turkey

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Title Author Publication Date
Israel, Turkey, Russia, Egypt and the Kurds Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute April 19, 2016
Great Power Realignment - Toward Russia Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute February 22, 2016
When All Else Fails, Call Israel Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute December 18, 2015
"Gotcha" Stephen Bryen and Shoshana Bryen American Thinker (blog) August 6, 2014
Why a Cease Fire Doesn't Help (2 comments) Shoshana Bryen American Thinker July 28, 2014
The Minority Strategy: A New Path for American Interests in the Middle East Gabriel Scheinmann The Tower July 8, 2014
Egypt Turning to the Russians? Not So Fast Shoshana Bryen American Thinker November 7, 2013
A Lesser Superpower Than We Used To Be Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute October 24, 2013
Middle East Roundup Matthew RJ Brodsky Secure Freedom Radio / The Frank Gaffney Show July 16, 2013
Dateline Defense: Egypt, Israel, and the New "Arab Spring" Matthew RJ Brodsky ABC News Channel 8 "Capital Insider" July 8, 2013
Russian Troubles in Syria Shoshana Bryen American Thinker July 1, 2013
Turkey's Regional Role and Internal Struggle Matthew RJ Brodsky Secure Freedom Radio / The Frank Gaffney Show June 3, 2013
The Sunni Divide (1 comment) Harold Rhode inFocus Quarterly Summer 2013
Secretary John Kerry Sets Off for Multi-Stop Diplomatic Trip Matthew RJ Brodsky CCTV America April 7, 2013
Will the U.S. Take on the Russians to Take Out Assad? Shoshana Bryen American Thinker October 24, 2012
The Incredible Shrinking U.S.-Israel Security Cooperation Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute June 27, 2012
Turkey's Future Role in the 'Arab Spring' Soner Cagaptay inFocus Quarterly Winter 2011
Regenerating U.S.-Turkish Relations in 2011 (3 comments) Soner Cagaptay, Scott Carpenter and Burc Ozcelik inFocus Quarterly Winter 2010

Blog Posts

Title Author Publication Date
Turkey Pursues Accomplices After Bombing Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog January 14, 2016
Turkey Downs Russian Jet Near Syrian Border Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog November 24, 2015
Emboldened Syrian President Visits Moscow Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog October 21, 2015
Turkey Changes Stance on Combating IS Adam Goldstein inCONTEXT Blog July 28, 2015
Turkish Government Names Suicide Bomber Andy Hazelnis inCONTEXT Blog July 21, 2015
AKP Loses Majority in Turkish Elections Adam Goldstein inCONTEXT Blog June 8, 2015
Islamic State Launches New Offensive Near Turkish Border Andy Hazelnis inCONTEXT Blog June 4, 2015
Iran Bombs IS Targets in Iraq Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog December 3, 2014
Baghdad, Kurds Agree On Deal Over Oil Revenues Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog December 2, 2014
Islamic State Intercepts U.S. Airdrop Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog October 22, 2014
Turkish Parliament Debates Military Authorization Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog October 2, 2014
Erdogan Wins Turkish Presidency Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog August 12, 2014
Arab Leaders Show Contempt for Hamas Militancy Yael Rein inCONTEXT Blog August 4, 2014
Erdogan Claims Victory Following Municipal Elections Alex Finkelstein inCONTEXT Blog April 2, 2014
New Protests Erupt in Turkey Alex Finkelstein inCONTEXT Blog March 13, 2014
Iraqi Kurdistan Pursues Oil Exports to Turkey Hannah Schaeffer inCONTEXT Blog November 14, 2013
PKK Fighters Halt Withdraw from Turkey Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog September 10, 2013
Kurdish-Arab Fighting in Syria Threatens to Expand War Shoshana Bryen inCONTEXT Blog August 19, 2013
Iraqi PM Meets with Kurdish Leaders Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog June 11, 2013
Protests Erupt in Turkish Cities Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog June 4, 2013
Neo-Nazi Trial Begins in Germany Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog May 7, 2013
Kurdish PKK Rebels Announce Ceasefire Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog March 29, 2013
Turkey and Israel Creep Towards Reconciliation Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog March 28, 2013
Patriot Missiles En Route to Turkey Amy Farina inCONTEXT Blog January 9, 2013
Turkey Tries Israeli Commanders in Absentia Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog November 7, 2012
Turkey Shells Syria, Approves Cross-Border Raids Joshua Ely inCONTEXT Blog October 4, 2012
The Kurds: The MidEast's Wild Card? Kalen Taylor inCONTEXT Blog August 2, 2012
Syria's Escalating Violence Promises Further Regional Instability Matthew RJ Brodsky and Kalen Taylor inCONTEXT Blog June 28, 2012
Israel-Turkey Relations Hit New Low? Zachary Fisher inCONTEXT Blog June 11, 2012
Turkey Reaffirms Support for Iranian Nuke Program Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog March 29, 2012
Turkey Hears Syrian Cries Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog November 1, 2011
Did Israel's Vindication Anger Turkey? Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog September 6, 2011
Al-Qaeda Plot Against U.S. Unveiled Lauren Stone inCONTEXT Blog July 14, 2011
Turkey's AKP Wins Big Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog June 13, 2011
Turkey Leads World in Imprisoned Journalists Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog April 11, 2011
The Arab Street's Man of the Year Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog January 4, 2011
A Deluge of Double Standards Stephen Richer inCONTEXT Blog November 30, 2010
Turkey Then and Now Josef Olmert inCONTEXT Blog October 6, 2010
Iranian-Turkish Ties Thickening? Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog September 15, 2010
Turkey Votes to Amend Constitution Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog September 13, 2010
Turkey Engenders Mid-East Strife (1 comment) Richard Smith inCONTEXT Blog June 28, 2010
Turkey's Turn Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog June 18, 2010
America Defends Turkey's Newfound Love Life Joel D. Parker inCONTEXT Blog June 15, 2010

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