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Turkey’s post- “No Problems” world

Turkey’s post- “No Problems” world

For Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan, the past two weeks have been a hellish test in international diplomacy. Last weekend’s Iran talks ended in a stalemate, and yesterday, the UN observers in Syria were attacked by mobs. With little but more heated rhetoric and violence coming from …

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Not so Simple in Syria

Not so Simple in Syria

The New York Times reported this morning that Secretary of Defense Panetta and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Martin Dempsey voiced their concerns over a possible military operation in Syria. From the Times:
General Dempsey and Mr. Panetta spoke two days after Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, who …

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About the Author

Kedar Pavgi
Kedar Pavgi

Kedar Pavgi is an international relations and economics analyst and free-lance journalist based out of Washington D.C. He is a former researcher at Foreign Policy magazine, research assistant at AidData, and junkie for the news media. He is a graduate of the College of William and Mary, where he majored in International Relations and Economics, with a specific focus on international finance, political economy and security. You can follow him on Twitter (@KedarPavgi), or on his personal website, The Couch Economist (http://www.coucheconomist.com/)

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