William Gourlay teaches international relations and Middle Eastern politics at Monash University. He is the author of The Kurds in Erdogan’s Turkey.
Elections in Türkiye may herald a new foreign policy outlook
After 20 years as a dominating political force Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is facing his biggest fight in the upcoming polls.
The grim toll of Türkiye’s earthquake will also shift regional politics
The international outpouring of support has gone beyond friends but to unexpected quarters, too.
Telephone diplomacy: Joe Biden signals a new approach towards Turkey
In acknowledging the Armenian genocide, the US president has created waves with a long-standing ally.