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Successful management of U.S. interests and maintenance of U.S. leadership requires consistent policy and a belief among local leaders that they can't just browbeat one administration and move on to the next.
While the U.S. waits for a new administration to take office, China, Iran and Turkey find themselves under pressure to act.
Toddler Ayda Gezgin survived almost four days under the dusty cement blocks of her collapsed home in Izmir, Turkey.
Elif Perincek was pulled from the wreckage of her family's apartment in the city of Izmir this morning where she had been trapped for a gruelling 65 hours.
A magnitude 7 tremor was centered off Turkey's Izmir province, the US Geological Survey said, and was felt as far away as Athens and Istanbul.
Whatever one's views are on Turkey's trajectory, pro or con, America must have Azerbaijan's back.
Azerbaijan's ambassador to the United States Elin Suleymanov told Newsweek his country "appreciates every offer to help with reaching the much needed peace in our region."
With no clear path to resolving their Eastern Mediterranean dispute, Greek officials seek a stronger U.S. role, while their Turkish counterparts want Washington to stay neutral as both sides blame each other for the worsening feud.
It is increasingly apparent that the largest and fastest rising threat to stability and peace in the Middle East is Turkey.
The U.S. kicked Turkey out of its F-35 stealth jet program last year, fearing Ankara's adoption of Russian anti-aircraft technology might allow Moscow to gather intelligence on the fighter plane.
Turkey is involved in conflicts in Syria, Libya and between Armenia and Azerbaijan, but has of far avoided a direct clash with fellow NATO member Greece over energy reserves in the Mediterranean Sea.
Armenia says it wants to engage with international mediators for an end to clashes with Azerbaijan over the breakaway region.
Erdogan's calls to reform the United Nations might have found a sympathetic audience had it not come from a strongman who institutionalized one-man rule at home by destroying democratic governance.
On Tuesday, both Turkey and Iran reportedly found themselves directly involved in the battle, while the U.S. and Russia remained closely engaged, calling for an immediate de-escalation.
Armenia and Azerbaijan have accused the other of launching attacks outside the contested region over which 30,000 people were killed in conflict in the 1990s.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Turkey is not a U.S. ally.
Nadir Salifov was shot dead at point blank range while he was dining in the Boğazkent District of Serik, Antalya.
U.S. and Syrian forces were involved in a clash that the latter say killed one of their troops, while a joint Russia-Turkey patrol was targeted by a blast.