In the spring of 1941, the German armies seemed capable of anything — even invading the Middle East.
Recep Erdoğan’s ability to quash the military putsch gives him free rein to reverse Turkish history.
After surviving a military putsch, Turkey’s president is doing the opposite of what his country needs.
The Atlantic Sentinel provided live analysis of the military attempt to topple President Recep Erdoğan.
Neither Turkey nor the United States will panic if Aleppo falls. Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, might.
The absence of a Sunni supremacist state helps us understand where the violence is coming from.
The Republican huffs and puffs while the man he wants to succeed is actually killing the terrorists.
Splitting the country in three would not make Iraq more governable. What it needs is different leadership.
The general rules out joining a unity government as long as militias continue to fight on its behalf.
Here is what may have motivated Israel’s prime minister to invite his rival into the ruling coalition.
Saudi rulers have a lot of history and tradition to overcome if they are to save the kingdom from itself.
More and more ruling party leaders recognize that Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has become a liability.