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1. Turkey’s struggling economy, regional isolation, behind latest charm offensive with Israel and other countries

2. Turkey-Armenia Normalization: A Quest for Realism

3. Border Nation: The Reshaping of the Syrian-Turkish Borderlands

4. Is the Muslim Brotherhood losing Turkey and Qatar in the light of the rapprochement with Egypt?

5. Boğaziçi University Demonstrations: Will Erdoğan be Able to Blow the Secular Bubble of Istanbul?

6. Turkey and Egypt: Time for Normalization? Not Quite Yet

7. The way forward for Turkish-American relations: Partnership à la carte?

8. Turkish-Russian Relations: A Puzzle that Shakes the Middle East

9. Afghanistan offers an opportunity to repair Turkey-NATO relations

10. The Central Asian Perspective on Turkey: Does Family Come First?

11. The “Four Plus One”: The Changing Power Politics of the Middle East

12. Europe’s Missile Defence and Italy: Capabilities and Cooperation

13. Iraq’s Yazidis: Among the World’s Most Threatened Minorities

14. The role of Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean conflict zone: A country transformed and a glimpse into the future

15. New Turkey’s new diasporic constellations: The Gezi generation and beyond

16. Turkey’s African adventure: Taking stock of a new chapter in EU-Turkey relations

17. Turkey in Germany’s 2021 Elections: Political party manifestos and their views on Turkey

18. Turkey’s Soft Power in the Balkans Reaching its Limits

19. A Mediterranean Duel: Erdogan, Sisi and the Fate of Egyptian-Turkish Relations

20. ΕU-Turkey Relations and the Migration Challenge: What is the Way Forward?

21. Turkish drones, Greek challenges

22. Turkey’s Post-2016 Foreign Policy Drivers: Militarisation, Islam, Civilisation and Power

23. Turkey and the West: A Hostile Dance

24. Revisiting and going beyond the EU-Turkey migration agreement of 2016: an opportunity for Greece to overcome being just “Europe’s aspis”

25. Turkey: A Problem Partner?

26. Ahead of the five-party meeting: Convergences and bridgeable differences towards the reunification of Cyprus

27. EU-Turkey Economic Relations and the Customs Union: a rules-based approach

28. “The Times They Are A-Changin'”? – Three Turkish Opposition Parties

29. The EU-Turkey Visa Liberalization Saga: Lessons from the European Neighborhood

30. Strategic Report

31. Between Geopolitics and Geoeconomics: The Growing Role of Gulf States in the Eastern Mediterranean

32. Israel Should Maintain its Mediterranean Alignment, Despite Signals from Ankara

33. Turkey and Iran: Parallel Islam imperialist ambitions for the Middle East

34. “The Montreux Petition” and Creeping Islamization of the Turkish Military

35. Turkish-Iranian Rift: An Opportunity for Israel

36. Turkey, Pakistan: Inside the Ankara-Islamabad axis

37. Biden’s Eastern Mediterranean Agenda

38. Erdogan using deniable private militias to destabilize the Middle East

39. Israel should stay wary of Turkey’s gifts

40. US-Russia interactions in Syria and the future of the conflict in 2021

41. The Hidden Face of Informal Cross-Border Trade in Tunisia After 2011

42. Redefining the U.S.-Turkey Relationship

43. How Syria Changed Turkey’s Foreign Policy

44. Navigating the Democracy-Security Dilemma in U.S. Foreign Policy: Lessons from Egypt, India, and Turkey

45. Perspectives on the future of Idlib

46. Operation Peace Spring: Objectives, Current Situation and its Future

47. ISIS after the US repositioning in the Northeast of Syria: camps, women and children, and leadership revival

48. New Directions for EU Civil Society Support: Lessons From Turkey, the Western Balkans, and Eastern Europe

49. Turkey Is Building a Geopolitical Alliance Between Sunni and Shiite Islamists

50. Diversity without adversity? Refugees’ efforts to integrate can partially offset identity-based biases

51. The Interests of Eastern Mediterranean States and Israeli Policies

52. Israel is Turkey’s Neighbor Across the Sea: Delimitation of the Maritime Jurisdiction Areas between Turkey and Israel

53. Turkey in Africa: Chasing markets and power with a neo-Ottoman rhetoric

54. Turkey and the post-pandemic world: What kind of revisionism?

55. Germany-Turkey Relations: It could be worse

56. The Greek-Turkish Maritime Disputes: An International Law Perspective

57. Greece’s call for an embargo on weapons sales to Turkey: a seminal step for the EU’s collective defence identity?

58. Setting the bounds of the European Union

59. Two Paths to Dominance: Military Businesses in Turkey and Egypt

60. Mongolia's Response to Increasing U.S.-China-Russia Rivalry in Asia

61. How the Abraham Accords affected the Turkish Foreign Policy?

62. It’s that time of the decade again: some considerations for NATO’s eighth Strategic Concept

63. Turkey’s military policy in Syria: implications for NATO

64. Stormy Waters in the Eastern Mediterranean

65. Moscow Concerned About Turkish Influence on the Gagauz

66. Baku’s Success in Using Turkish Drones Raises Question: Could Ukraine Use Them Against Russia in Crimea?

67. Veiled Counter-Balancing: The Peacekeeping ‘Arrangement’ Between Turkey and Russia in Karabakh

68. Turkey's Foreign Policy in the Age of Uncertainty

69. All Hands on Deck: the Crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Need for US Leadership

70. A General Equilibrium Analysis of the Impact of the COVID-19 Outbreak on Turkey’s Economy and a Policy Alternative to Protect Labor Incomes

71. Explaining Turkey’s Current Economic Crisis

72. Turkey’s Salafists, ISIS, and the Revolving Doors of Turkish Prisons

73. An EU response to Turkey’s increased aggressiveness

74. Unequivocal Diplomatic Support for the EEZ Agreement between Greece and Egypt

75. Israel, Greece, and the Turkish Challenge: Acute Testing Lies Ahead

76. Is Yemen Turkey’s Next Stop after Libya?

77. Erdogan’s Arc of Destabilization

78. Washington needs a policy in Libya as Turkey’s presence grows

79. The Struggle for the Mediterranean: The EMGF Stake in the Libyan Civil War

80. Coronavirus has not changed the Middle East

81. Idlib, the next phase of the Turkish-Syrian conflict

82. Do Syria-Turkey clashes presage a wider confrontation in the Middle East?

83. The Struggle for the Eastern Mediterranean: Israel’s Role following the Berlin Summit on Libya

84. Israel-Greece-Cyprus take on Turkey in the Mediterranean

85. COVID-19 in Turkish Controlled Areas and Idlib

86. America’s ‘Turkey Dilemma’ in the Mediterranean

87. Is Escalation Between France and Turkey in the Middle East and Beyond Inescapable?

88. Security, Stability, and Counter-Terrorism in Idlib: A Turkish Perspective

89. Turkish Strategic Alternatives for the North East of Syria

90. Turkish experience with refugees returns to Syria

91. Data Protection and Digital Agency for Refugees

92. Turkey and China Tie Themselves in Knots Over Syria and Xinjiang

93. EU-Turkey Policies in Iraq & Syria: Challenges & Opportunities

94. A debate with the Kurdistan Region’s President

95. The 2018 Israel-Turkey Policy Dialogue of the Mitvim Institute

96. Guiding Principles for Israel’s Foreign Policy toward the Eastern Mediterranean

97. Turkey’s invasion of Syria was predictable: A violent prelude to making a major deal to end the Syrian war

98. Turkey’s Republican People’s Party and the EU: Preconditions for EU-Turkey relations in the secular-nationalist vision

99. Channeling Urban (Land) Rent Back into the Public Sector through Taxation

100. Syria’s Return to the Arab Fold