Tag Archives: Egypt

Turkey’s Role in Bringing about a Region Free of Weapons of Mass Destruction

Apologies for neglecting the blog for the past couple of days, I have been at a conference discussing ways to help expedite the discussions for a zone banning weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East. Efforts to bring this … Continue reading

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Turkish Domestic Politics and the Handling of the Gaza Crisis

The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) – a London based think tank – asked me to write about Turkey’s handling of the latest conflict in Gaza. Below is an excerpt from the piece. If interested in reading the full article, … Continue reading

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Leading from Behind: Erdogan Outsources Gaza to Egypt

Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan is rarely at a loss for words. The man, by all accounts, is a dynamic public speaker, has a knack for connecting with his political base, and is capable of speaking for great lengths of time. … Continue reading

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