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Matthew Palmer: We asked Turkey to de-escalate the tensions at Greek-Turkey borders

Discussion at German Marshall Fund: U.S. Strategic Engagement in the Western Balkans, Aegean, and Turkey during Coronavirus ...
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Russia’s Multiplying Foreign Policy Constraints

By Pavel K. Baev, Jamestown Foundation In the last few weeks, Russia has been too busy with the domestic explosion of COVID-19 cases to properly attend to foreign ...
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How Greece can reopen without ruining its coronavirus containment success

BY WILLIAM J. ANTHOLIS AND FILIPPOS LETSAS, Brookings Institute In early February, if someone predicted that Greece’s response to the coronavirus pandemic would be stronger than that of ...
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The Remains of an Administration

Obama’s policies are in tatters, and the worst scandals of his White House are coming to light. By VICTOR DAVIS HANSON, National Review ...
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Erdoğan underwent surgery for cancer, suffers from epilepsy

By Abdullah Bozkurt, Nordic Monitor Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan underwent surgery to remove a cancerous tumor and suffers from epilepsy, among other possible health complications, which may ...
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Erdogan says Turkey ‘won’t allow’ Israel to annex parts of West Bank

Turkish president issues threat over new government’s plans to apply sovereignty, calls Jerusalem a ‘red line’ for world’s Muslims- By Times Of Israel staff ...
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How coronavirus is impacting the Middle East

BY EMILE A. NAKHLEH, abq journal The coronavirus has struck Middle Eastern countries in different ways, relatively moderate in some and more severe in others. According to the ...
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Turkey sticking to S-400 missile deal ‘in principle’, prepared to buy Patriots

By Ahval Turkey’s plans to activate the S-400 missile defence systems it acquired from Russia last year are still going ahead “in principle” despite a lengthy delay to ...
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Why some Middle East autocrats are harder to oust than others

The Syrian and Turkish leaders rule over regimes that make it difficult for internal or external rivals to overthrow them- By Christopher Phillips, Middle east Eye ...
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