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Into the Abyss: Turkish Impressions of a U.S.-Turkish Break

Nicholas Danforth / Blog August 17, 2018

With Trump threatening more sanctions and Erdogan threatening to find other allies, Turkey may be forced to figure out what the alternatives are.

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NATO Summit: Collective Spending or Collective Values?

Jessica Michek, William Ellison / Blog July 24, 2018

The recent North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit in Brussels was dominated by President Trump’s focus on burden-sharing, against a backdrop of numerous challenges facing the alliance from a revanchist Russia to transnational terrorism. Members of the alliance contributing to…

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An Urgent Bipartisan Request for the 2018 NATO Summit: Protect an Alliance Founded on Shared Democratic Principles

National Security / Page July 5, 2018

It is critical that heads of state of the NATO alliance use the upcoming summit to recommit to protecting democratic institutions.

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Misztal Joins 60 Experts on Alarm at Deteriorating Democracy in Europe

National Security / Press Release April 4, 2018

BPC stands with more than 60 foreign policy experts and former officials in calling attention to the deterioration of democratic principles in some of our NATO and European allies.

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Hitting Erdoğan Where It Hurts

National Security / News November 3, 2017

Turkey has not only been pulling away from the United States in terms of policy coordination, but also increasingly infusing relations with antagonism.

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Six Month Review of the Legislative Process

Michael Thorning / Blog July 31, 2017

The index provides Americans with crucial metrics for evaluating Congress’s ability to effectively legislate and govern and compares the data against past congresses.

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Stand Up to Erdogan’s Assault on Democracy

National Security / News May 19, 2017

BPC’s national security director Blaise Misztal talks to National Review about how President Trump can counter Erdogan’s authoritarianism.

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New Analysis: What’s Next for Turkey?

National Security / Press Release May 15, 2017

The Bipartisan Policy Center issued a new report analyzing the impact of that new political reality on Turkey and U.S. policy.

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Jason Grumet: Now we begin Trump’s next 100 days

Governance / News May 1, 2017

Jason Grumet, founder and president of the Bipartisan Policy Center, writes about what President Trump’s next 100 days in office may look like.

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Russia and Turkey in Syria

National Security / February 1, 2017 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. ET

The roller coaster ride of Russian-Turkish relations has absorbed the attention of anyone trying to make sense of Syria and the Middle East.

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