Turkey's Foreign Policy Priorities are Shifting

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The National Interest—Ahmed Charai Security, Middle East Ankara has turned its back on the European Union and U.S. foreign-policy objectives; instead, it is focused on becoming a regional power player. Does one arrest in Istanbul signal a change in Turkish policy toward the Muslim Brotherhood? Some analysts, in Washington and in the Arab world, are arguing that the move marks a pivot away from Turkey’s longtime support of the Brotherhood. If only that were true. The alleged assassin of Egypt’s attorney general,...

Warren’s foreign policy shows she’s missing why Trump was elected. In laying blame at Trump’s door, the senator isn’t seeing why things have not changed and gotten worse under him The next presidential election is more than a year away and no fewer than 11 aspirants have announced that they are running, with another eight labeled “certain” or “likely” to run. All are now out there trying to tell their stories and separate themselves from the pack, but it is Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren who is first out of the gates with a formal foreign policy. ...