Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Turkish President Tayipp Erdogan accused one another of grave human rights offenses recently. Who has the better case?
Recognizing the city—which is holy to Muslims as well as Christians and Jews—as Israel's capital would upend decades of U.S. policy and risk potentially violent protests.
The Turkish president vows to sign any law reinstating the death penalty and fires 7,000 more government workers.
Two really big egos met at the White House this week, as Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan consulted with Donald Trump. They have different priorities on Syria.
The undeniable truth is that Trump is the product of an authoritarian movement and ideology with fascist overtones.
Trump’s firing of James Comey raises the question of whether he and his fellow neofascists intend to lead the U.S. down the path being taken by Egypt's and Turkey's presidents (pictured).
Sunday's referendum results will move the country to a system that potentially gives Erdogan enough political longevity to eventually achieve his desired "dictatorship Lite."
Turkey's president rips Germany and the Netherlands for blocking rallies among Turkish expats. Those rallies would support a referendum that could vastly increase Erdogan’s authority.