Erdogan's standing is in large part due to the government's controlling of the media and silencing opposition, argues Sibel Oktay.
“Undoing Erdogan’s rule is nothing short of a Herculean task. But it is not impossible,” writes Sibel Oktay. “Springtime might just be upon Turkey.”
"If there's one word that can be used to describe Erdogan, it's resilient," Nonresident Senior Fellow Sibel Oktay tells Yalda Hakim.
Macron’s statements show Europe’s concern that US attention will waver too much from Ukraine to Taiwan, argues Sibel Oktay.
Sibel Oktay remarks on how "steadfast and unwavering" European and American support of Ukraine has been this year with WGN News.
Sibel Oktay joins the Duck of Minerva Podcast to discuss the complex history of Turkey in NATO and the sources of their resistance to Finland and Sweden joining.
Sibel Oktay joins the Global Dispatches podcast to explain the domestic and international implications of Turkey's currency crisis.
The Council surveyed US foreign policy experts to learn how AUKUS had such an effect on US-French relations. Dina Smeltz, Sibel Oktay, Paul Post, and Craig Kafura explain in War on the Rocks.
A new experiment by researchers from the University of Illinois at Springfield, the University of Chicago, and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs finds that policy experts care about formal alliances. But even alliance relationships have limits.