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Is Turkey’s Rapprochement with Iran and Russia Sustainable?

Soner Cagaptay (The Washington Institute) Recent news stories suggesting that Ankara, Tehran, and Moscow are agreeing to cooperate in Syria’s northern Idlib province and to bury the hatchet in Syria’s civil war have brought to the foreground a key question: can Turkey become good friends, or even allies, with Iran and …

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Iran’s Ambitions in the Levant

Ehud Yaari (Foreign Affaires) In the words of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the administration of President Donald Trump is currently “reviewing ways to confront challenges posed by Iran.” This most likely means looking for ways in which to curb Iran’s expansionism in the Middle East. But for any containment …

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The Strategic Convergence of Russia and Iran

By Christopher Kozak (ISW) The Trump administration reportedly seeks to drive a wedge between Russia and Iran in Syria. Officials have suggested that the U.S. could exploit natural tensions between the two states and persuade Russia to check Iran in the Middle East. This notion assumes that cooperation between the …

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