Sep 9, 2022

Iran helped Turkey and Israel mend ties. Here’s how.

By Ksenia Svetlova

Ankara and Jerusalem will continue to work jointly to prevent terrorist attacks on Israeli citizens in Turkey and explore the possibility of pursuing common goals vis-à-vis the Islamic Republic and its many regional proxies. 

Israel Middle East


Sep 2, 2022

How Turkey can play a more constructive role in Russia’s war on Ukraine

By Yevgeniya Gaber

For Ankara to create regional peace and stability, it must boost support to Kyiv rather than pressure it into compromise.

Conflict Drones


Sep 1, 2022

To re-engage in the Black Sea, the US must look to Turkey

By Arnold C. Dupuy

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine presents an opportunity for the United States to re-engage in the Black Sea region. To do so, it will need to work with partners and allies, such as Turkey.

Conflict Eastern Europe

In the News

Aug 30, 2022

Shaffer in Mosaic Magazine: Turkish-Israel Normalization Is Good News for the U.S.

Conflict Israel

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

Information warfare in the air littoral: Talking with the world

By Zachary Kallenborn

Information operations play a crucial role in generating mass in the air littoral, the airspace between ground forces.

Cybersecurity Disinformation

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

The TB2: The value of a cheap and “good enough” drone

By Aaron Stein

The Turkish Bayraktar TB2 is an effective, low-cost tactical weapon on the modern battlefield. While invaluable for all wars, it is not a game-changing technology.

Defense Industry Defense Technologies


Aug 23, 2022

Washington wins as Turkey and Israel restore normal ties

By Brenda Shaffer

Turkey and Israel restoring full diplomatic ties is a boon for each country and in the interests of the United States.

Israel National Security
A Russian soldier stands guard near the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, August 4, 2022. (Source: REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko/File Photo)

New Atlanticist

Aug 19, 2022

Russian War Report: Russia and Ukraine warn Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant facing imminent threat

By Eto Buziashvili, Ruslan Trad, Nika Aleksejeva, Givi Gigitashvili

The Russian occupation of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant continues to provoke fear among the international community in light of renewed shelling around the plant.

Disinformation Internet

New Atlanticist

Aug 18, 2022

How long can Turkey play both sides in the Ukraine war?

By Atlantic Council experts

Since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Turkey has been caught in a geopolitical jam, carefully balancing ties with both Moscow and Kyiv.

NATO Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding

In the News

Aug 17, 2022

Gaber joins Al-Monitor to speak on Turkish President Erdogan and Ukraine

Conflict Europe & Eurasia