The recent visa scandal has exposed the tensions between Ankara and Washington.
A boring meeting that doesn’t make news can be a good thing—or a missed opportunity.
Whatever comes after Assad or ISIS will be driven as much from Ankara as from DC.
But what comes next may be even more important.
Personal rapport has been key to the U.S.-Japan alliance for decades.
Shinzo Abe is at the top of the president-elect's appointments list.
A military dictatorship would've ended democracy; suppressing the coup is deepening polarization.
The Abe Doctrine is on the march.
The G7 showed how provocations in Crimea and the South China Sea won't work.
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