New research with survivors of sexual violence who have been forced to migrate reveals difficulties of COVID-19 lockdowns.
To stem the spread of COVID-19, Turkey is releasing 90,000 prison inmates. Not on the list for release: tens of thousands of academics, journalists and others the regime sees as political threats.
The show of compassion is part of an attempt by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to revamp Turkey's international status.
Turkey's economy was already struggling before the coronavirus pandemic hit. It has few options to limit the impact of the crisis.
Five years ago, communities in Italy and Greece volunteered to help migrants and refugees. Now that solidarity has disappeared. Why?
How the humanitarian consequences of the Syrian crisis have spilled across the region.
Turkey is a NATO member but that doesn't mean its NATO allies will come to its support in Syria.
As Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day is marked around the globe, a historian examines the little-known players in the long-running fight in the US Congress to pass a bill acknowledging the Genocide.
The Aegean has long been a place of overlapping migration. Now it is facing a new crisis.
The war in Syria has reached a crisis point, with close to 400,000 deaths and more than 11 million people displaced.
The contested province of Idlib has become a focus of the conflict, which has become increasingly violent and dangerous.
As Syrian forces bombard the opposition enclave of Idlib, Turkey lacks an ongoing strategy.
Turkey harbours strong national ambitions, and a willingness to grow and use its military muscle alongside economic instruments.
Can the key external enablers of Libya's conflict also be peacemakers?
NATO had its 70th birthday party in London at an awkward moment.
Why the EU and NATO have struggled to cooperate fully.
In northern Syria, Trump has caused U.S. allies and rivals to view American commitments in a new, uncertain light. Other countries may now shift to depend less on the U.S., weakening national power.
The percentage of Christians in Turkey declined from nearly 25% in 1914 to less than 0.5% today. Their future looks even more uncertain in today's political climate.
Turkey has become easier to produce over the years, making it easier on American wallets – with some environmental benefits as well.
Today’s autocrats rarely use brute force to wrest control. A human rights and international law scholar details the modern authoritarian's latest methods to grab and hold power.