Feature: The Erdogan Loyalists and the Syrian Refugees

Faced with an influx of Syrian refugees, a conservative neighborhood in Istanbul struggles with the question of what it means to be a Turk.


Feature: Erdogan’s People

Faced with an influx of Syrian refugees, a conservative neighborhood in Istanbul struggles with the question of what it means to be a Turk.


Muslims Stung by Indifference to Their Losses in Terror Attacks

In recent days, jihadists have killed more than 300 people in Turkey, Bangladesh, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and many Westerners have responded with relative indifference.


After Attacks on Muslims, Many Ask: Where Is the Outpouring?

In recent days, jihadists have killed more than 300 people in Turkey, Bangladesh, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and many Westerners have responded with relative indifference.


Turkish Leader Erdogan Making New Enemies and Frustrating Old Friends

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan long professed a foreign policy of “zero problems with neighbors” but now seems mired in disputes with just about everybody.


Turkey, a Conduit for Fighters Joining ISIS, Begins to Feel Its Wrath

For years, Turkey served as a rear base, transit hub and shopping bazaar for the Islamic State, but now, officials say Tuesday’s attack bore ISIS hallmarks.