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Our Man in NATO: Why Putin Lucked Out With Recep Erdogan
Russia is on the verge of a resounding victory over NATO and the United States.
U.S. Halts F-35 Deal With Turkey, Protesting Its Plans to Buy From Russia
Turkey has refused to back down from its planned purchase of a Russian S-400 missile defense system, despite U.S. objections.
Turkey and U.S. Head for Showdown Over Russian Missile Contracts
Turkey is running out of time to avert a showdown with the United States over its plans to buy advanced Russian air defenses.
Russia to Turkey: You Can't Have Syrian Safe Zone Without Assad's Consent
A planned withdrawal of U.S. forces from Syria has engendered new tensions.
As Putin Encourages Erdogan-Assad Talks, the Kurds Face Uncertainty
On Jan. 23 Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Erdogan met in Moscow to discuss resolutions to the Syrian Civil War.
Erdogan Solicits Support in Moscow as Putin Becomes Syria Kingmaker
Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan gets another chance to lobby Vladimir Putin to protect Turkish interests.
Embassy Says no Russians On Board of Coal Ship in Distress Off Turkish Coast
The Panama-flagged vessel, which departed from Russia's Azov port, sent out a distress signal around 148 kilometers off the northeastern Black Sea province...
Russia, Turkey Have 'Decisive' Syria Peace Role, Putin Says
The statement came after the countries agreed to coordinate military steps following the U.S. decision to withdraw its forces.
Kremlin Says Pressing on With Turkey Missile Sale Despite U.S. Deal
The Kremlin said it was pressing ahead with the sale of advanced Russian S-400 missile defense systems to Turkey.
Russian Missile System Stymies U.S. Efforts to Mend Turkey Ties
Trump administration officials seeking to mend ties with Turkey are finding that a key point of disagreement is Turkey’s move to buy a Russian anti-aircraft...
Russia's Gazprom Says Offshore Part of TurkStream Is Complete
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan met in Istanbul to mark the completion of the offshore leg of the pipeline.
Turkey Is Responsible for Separating out Islamists in Syria, Russian Envoy Says
"Idlib province is...a sort of zone of responsibility of Turkey; it is their responsibility to separate the moderate opposition from the extremists," he...
Russia and Other Anti-Dollar Mavericks Can't Win Just Yet (Op-ed)
For now, Turkey, Russia and Iran are powerless against the dollar’s dominance, even with China’s help.
Russia Moves Up S-400 Missile Delivery to Turkey After Erdogan-Putin Meeting
Turkey and Russia signed the S-400 accord in December, deepening military ties between NATO member Turkey and the Kremlin.
Putin Oversees Construction Launch of Turkey's First Nuclear Power Plant
The plant will be built by Russian State Nuclear Energy Agency Rosatom.
Turkey Orders Arrest of Cleric Gulen Over Killing of Russian Envoy
Andrei Karlov was shot dead by an off-duty policeman while speaking at an Ankara exhibit opening in December 2016
Russia Says No Reason for Assad to Give Up Syria Leadership
President Vladimir Putin Monday declared victory in his two-year military intervention in Syria, ordering troops to begin withdrawal
Putin Peace Plan Gets Boost as Syria Opposition Unites for Talks
The newly-united anti-Assad front will send a delegation to peace negotiations in Geneva next week
Putin Is Gunning for the Syrian Finish Line (Op-ed)
If Russia’s frantic peacemaking efforts fail, it will not be for lack of trying
Turkey Might not Buy Russian S-400 Missle System After All, Says Retired General
The odds of Ankara acquiring the Russian S-400 missile system were "less than 10 percent,” Haldun Solmazturk said
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