Turkish President Erdoğan initially pursued “zero problems with neighbors” as a foreign policy strategy, but now relies on the country’s military might to achieve political goals. Brookings’ Kemal Kirişci and journalist Ayla Jean Yackley join Deep Dish to explain what Turkey’s approach means for neighbors, allies, and foes.
The New York Times’ Andrew Kramer and Chatham House’s Laurence Broers join Deep Dish to examine the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Steven A. Cook of the Council on Foreign Relations and Mustafa Akyol of the Cato Institute join the Deep Dish podcast this week to explain crucial developments in Turkey.
For the message is clear: When it comes to the defense of its allies, the United States is now more likely to get out than stay for the fight.