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America Annoys France. What is Paris’s Problem?

July 6, 2023

France and the United States go back a long way. It was French support of America’s Revolutionary War that made all the difference—without French ammunition, troops and naval support, America could not have beaten the British. Ironically, our American Revolution inspired the French Revolution of 1789—which remains to this day the seminal event in the […]

Video: Turkey’s Election – What are the Turkish People Thinking?

June 1, 2023

Recep Tayyip Erdogan won Turkey’s presidential runoff election May 28 with just 52 percent of the vote. That showed at least two things, Mark Meirowitz told participants in a Jewish Policy Center webinar on June 1. One, that after 20 years in power—during which he has closed a number of critical news media and jailed […]

Video: Talking Turkey – How Ankara Sees the World with Mark Meirowitz

February 16, 2023

The two powerful earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria on February 6, and their dozens of aftershocks—which killed more than 40,000 people and left at least two million homeless, mostly in the former—should cause Americans “to rethink everything we thought about Turkey,” says Mark Meirowitz. A professor of foreign policy, U.S.-Turkish relations, American history, and […]