Are We About to Witness a ‘Kurdish Spring”? Or a “Kurdish Fall”?
While Rouhani wishes Jews a good Rosh Hashanah, Revolutionary Guards promise an end to the Jewish state.
It is irresponsible to applaud the Kurdish leadership’s desire to walk over a cliff.
Michael Rubin tells how weakness and naivety has led successive U.S. presidents to enable North Korea’s quest for nukes.
North Korea is high up the list, as are Turkmenistan, Venezuela and Ethiopia. But the winner is . . .
Did I write about his corruption? Yes. Did I write about his crackdown on political dissent? Yes.
Erdogan watched as security guards beat, strangled and stomped on demonstrators.
It’s only a matter of time before a Turkish soldier shoots an American in defense of Turkey’s honor.
Erdogan may be a dictator, but he cannot suppress evidence of massive fraud.
No democratic leader congratulated Erdogan on his win except Trump.
Turkish nationalist Sedat Peker has suggested Turkey should kill the presidents of European countries that defy Erdogan.
The U.S. is the stuck-up girl before the prom who rejects all offers only to find herself without a date on the big night.
If Spain grabs the Rock, Ceuta and Melilla will demand freedom from Spanish rule.
The Netherlands drama is inspired by Erdogan’s perpetual quest for enemies.
Trump has kept on the Obama administration official in charge of the hostage negotiation.
There may be merit to the intelligence community’s concern about Trump’s discretion.
Erdogan thought he could act with impunity while using the courts against his enemies.
The world is about to learn what happens when the U.S. recuses itself from moral leadership.
Donald Trump and incoming CIA dCirector Pompeo should reassess intelligence supplied by Turkey.
Whoever wins, NATO and hopes of a Western-oriented Turkey will lose.
Turkey already conducts operations in the U.S. against those with whom Erdogan disagrees.
Flynn whitewashes Erdogan’s embrace of Hamas and the Syrian tyrant al-Bashir.