Turkey can’t single-handedly solve the crisis in the Gulf – but it has the strength to influence the region’s political landscape.
One thing is certain: given Iran’s economic and security landscapes, President Rouhani will face an extremely challenging four years.
Millions of people in the Middle East and elsewhere were forced to flee their homes in recent years. What they need most now is dignity.
Turkey’s relationship with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is in trouble. Yet it behooves NATO to ensure that Turkey remains a loyal member.
Turkey’s Wikipedia ban is not an isolated incident. It’s just the most recent martyr in the government’s ongoing war against information.
In our 14th episode, Middle East Weekly investigates what Turkey’s ‘Yes’ vote in the referendum means for the country. Our team of editors also delves into why over 1,000 Palestinians...
According to Robert Ford, former US Ambassador to Syria, there is “not much” the United States can do to shape the outcome of the conflict.
When it comes to IT, tech-savvy Turkey has big potential and ambitions – but could be hampered by government censorship and wary investors.
We cover Turkey’s latest war of words with Europe, the future of Syria’s Kurds, and the US-UK ban on electronics on Middle Eastern airlines.
Middle East Weekly examines the plight of Egypt’s Coptic Christians, Turkey’s constitutional referendum, and the disputed Western Sahara.