In Istanbul, the secretary of state said it was crucial that the relationship “get back on track in its full measure.”
Continue reading Kerry Urges Turkey and Israel to Restore Ties
The ties of Turkey and Israel have been frozen since 2010, but Secretary of State John Kerry is to meet with Turkey’s premier to discuss an agreement between the nations.
Continue reading Kerry Moves to Help Turkey and Israel to Restore Ties
Turkey has sent hundreds of refugees back to Syria after clashes with Turkish military police at their camp near the border in a protest over living conditions, officials said on Thursday, the first such mass deportation since the conflict began.
Continue reading Turkey Deports Syrian Refugees Over Camp Unrest-Officials
Obama’s hand in the historic rapprochement between Israel and Turkey indicates that the U.S. president may have what it takes to broker Israeli-Palestinian peace.
Continue reading Obama’s Turkish Coup In Israel
The U.S. helped bring an end to a three-year feud between Israel and Turkey, but Obama didn’t broker the deal. Eli Lake reports.
Continue reading Behind Scenes of Israel-Turkey Deal
After helping heal a rift between Israel and Turkey, analysts wonder whether President Obama will bring the same doggedness and personal involvement to pursuing peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
Continue reading News Analysis: Obama Reveals a Knack for Middle East Mediation
It was a landmark moment for a newly energized effort to end three decades of armed conflict with the Turkish government.
Continue reading Kurish Leader Declares Truce With Turkey
The move, including the retreat of P.K.K. fighters, provides the best chance yet for an effort toward peace and a constitution that protects Kurds.
Continue reading Kurdish Leader Declares Truce With Turkey