The EU’s future role in Syria will be a litmus test of a genuine common foreign and security policy.
At a meeting in Saint Petersburg between the Russian and Turkish presidents, an opportunistic convergence of minds could emerge between the two leaders.
A recent report by the Middle East Quartet ignores the realities of Arab-Israeli diplomacy and offers little to either side but hectoring.
A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.
The failed coup in Turkey could lead either to a renewed push toward a presidential system or to a newfound momentum for democratic reforms.
Turkey’s failed coup attempt raises three concerns for Western leaders: military reliability, the rule of law, and an ideological drift away from the West.
Ankara’s recent foreign policy shifts on Israel and Russia have been welcomed in the West. But a number of unanswered questions about Turkey’s future remain.
EU and U.S. approaches to reform must be more sophisticated in circumventing the many negative developments and obstacles in today’s MENA region.
What options do the most exposed NATO members in the Black Sea region have for countering Russia’s growing military presence?
Following many months of negotiations, a deal has been struck to restore diplomatic relations between Turkey and Israel.