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Sinem Cengiz

Sinem Cengiz is a Turkish political analyst who specializes in Turkey’s relations with the Middle East.

20 April 2019 11:41 AM

Turkish-Armenian issue held hostage by third parties

There are now just a few days until April 24, the date on which Armenians all around the world remember the victims of the tragic events of 1915.

13 April 2019 02:59 PM

The wide-ranging implications of Turkish, Israeli elections

The past few weeks have witnessed two significant elections in the region. Both Turkey and Israel have been deeply involved in election season, with Turks heading to the polls for municipal elections on March 31 and Israelis casting their votes in national elections on April 9.

06 April 2019 12:56 PM

Turkey passed the democracy test, so what’s next?

Turkish citizens headed to the polls on Sunday to vote in crucial municipal elections, with a high turnout of 85 percent and widespread hope of bringing peace and prosperity to their country.

02 March 2019 02:46 PM

Turkey ponders the price of Mideast’s ‘ultimate peace’

US President Donald Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner visited Turkey this week, wrapping up a Middle East tour that focused on the Gulf countries.

23 February 2019 12:29 PM

Turkey refuses to abandon Syrian refugees but EU must do more to help

The main focus of attention in Turkey at the moment is the upcoming municipal elections scheduled for March 31.

19 January 2019 11:51 AM

Turkey and Russia must heed lessons from the war in Syria

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, will meet on Jan. 23 to discuss Syria ahead of an upcoming summit on the country.

29 December 2018 08:17 AM

In retrospect: Turkish Foreign Policy in 2018

The three most important issues addressed by Turkish foreign policy in 2018 were Syria, Iran, and Jerusalem. And the most significant of those was Syria.

22 December 2018 08:23 AM

US leaves Syria — what is next?

As we approach the end of 2018, there is no sign that the Syrian war, or the resulting refugee crisis, will end anytime soon. Nor will they as long as the conflict remains a proxy battle between regional and global actors.