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Daily Briefing: PUTIN, ERDOGAN, RAISI MEET: IMPLICATIONS FOR M.E.

IS RECONCILIATION POSSIBLE?

Can a Renewed Alliance Between Israel and Turkey Stabilize the Middle East?:  Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak, Mosaic, June 7, 2022 — On March 9, the Israeli president Isaac Herzog arrived in Ankara for an official visit, which included a meeting with the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.


Will the Putin-Erdogan-Raisi Summit Spark a Turkish Incursion into Syria?:  Soner Cagaptay and Andrew J. Tabler, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, July 18, 2022

The Emerging Unholy Alliance between Russia, Turkey and Iran:  Amir Avivi, JNS, July 25, 2022

Turkey’s Concerns About PKK are Not Legitimate:  Michael Rubin, Washington Examiner, June 28, 2022

Making Sense of Israel, Erdoğan, and Turkey:  Dr. Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak, Mosaic, July 8, 2022


Timeline of Tunisia’s Constitutional Crisis and the U.S. Response:  Ben Fishman and Kyle Robertson, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, July 20, 2022 — This timeline traces Tunisian president Kais Saied’s efforts to consolidate power after suspending parliament on July 25, 2021, and the corresponding responses by the Biden administration and Congress. 

Turkey as an Aspiring Great Power:  Jose Alonso-Trabanco, Geopolitical Monitor, July 4, 2022 — The world order is likely going to be rewritten as a result of the ongoing multidimensional conflict between Russia and the West over Ukraine, the reactivation of direct military tensions involving great powers, increasing strategic competition between the US and China, the reconfiguration of alliances, and a sharp global economic downturn reflected in phenomena like inflation, the disruption of transnational supply chains, financial volatility, and a scarcity of critical goods. 

Dozens of Jewish Graves Vandalized At 600-Year-Old Turkish Cemetery:  David I. Klein, Times of Israel, July 21, 2022 — Dozens of Jewish graves were damaged or destroyed last week in the 600-year-old cemetery of Istanbul’s Hasköy neighborhood last week, the Turkish Jewish community announced via Twitter.

Iran-Russia-Turkey Meetings In Iran Aim To Reshape Region – Analysis:  Seth J. Frantzman, Jerusalem Post, July 20, 2022 — The series of meetings held this week in Iran among the presidents of Iran, Turkey and Russia are of great importance for the region.

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