Turkey has purged as many as 100,000 people from government positions and arrested over 100 journalists since the July 15 coup attempt.
Turkey is alienating America and undercutting any evidence it provides by launching a series of absurd accusations of U.S. involvement in the coup plot.
The United States did little as Erdoğan consolidated power, but it should now have plenty of evidence of the dangers of ignoring Turkey’s declining democracy.
Turkey and the U.S. have both turned to their own preferred fictions because they have not found a more effective means to reconcile their conflicting interests in Syria.
Can existing legal frameworks handle the refugee crisis?