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ForewordMonday, March 22, 2021
As part of a new series of debates we hope to ignite on the evolving world order, TPQ’s Winter 2020/21 edition explores the question of how the US’s changing role amid ongoing tensions with global powers will shape the...
 The Trump Foreign Policy Legacy in the Middle East The Trump Foreign Policy Legacy in the Middle EastMonday, March 22, 2021
With the departure of President Trump on 20 January 2021, Americans, whether supporters or opponents of Trump, can breathe a sigh of relief that four years of non-stop drama and challenges to conventional wisdom are over, at least until Donald Trump...
What Is Wrong?What Is Wrong?Monday, March 22, 2021
It does not require being as brilliant as Albert Einstein or as visionary as Prophet Mohammed to understand that the US has experienced deep and unresolved issues that have been increasing over time and...
US-Iran Relations after Trump: The Path to Peace Is OpenUS-Iran Relations after Trump: The Path to Peace Is OpenMonday, March 22, 2021
The attacks on 11 September 2001 not only shaped the focus of US foreign policy over the last two decades, but also defined how a generation of Americans understood the gravity of these policies by bringing the cost and tragedy of conflict home. For...
Managing The US-Turkey Security Relationship: Structured Transactionalism within a Dual FrameworkManaging The US-Turkey Security Relationship: Structured Transactionalism within a Dual FrameworkMonday, March 22, 2021
The security relationship between Turkey and the United States has never had a golden age. Since its inception in the 1950s following the Truman Doctrine’s promise of support against authoritarianism and Turkey joining NATO in 1952, the...
Cuban-American Relations Through The Lens Of A Cuban AmericanCuban-American Relations Through The Lens Of A Cuban AmericanMonday, March 22, 2021
I left Cuba as a young two-year-old child on 9 April 1968 with my parents, an older brother, and sister. My parents were also expecting another child, my younger brother, who was later born in the United States. My parents’ oldest son was of...
American Invasions And Withdrawals Post- 9/11American Invasions And Withdrawals Post- 9/11Monday, March 22, 2021
When the United States was hit by al-Qaida's terrorist attack on 11 September 2001 (hereafter 9/11 attacks), not only Americans but the whole world was shocked: The world’s only superpower was attacked at home and had lost more than three...
The End Of The American Era: Emergency or Opportunity?The End Of The American Era: Emergency or Opportunity?Monday, March 22, 2021
The stakes of a presidential election, whatever country it may be in, are always high; but it seems that with the recent US presidential elections, things were a lot more serious than usual. “It’s curtains for the Pax Americana if Trump...
The United States Of America I KnowThe United States Of America I KnowMonday, March 22, 2021
What inspires me to write this article is the current situation in the US, which I think will reshape the direction of how the country will move forward and how it will affect the entire world. Being the first immigrant out of my family and coming...
Covid-19, Populism, and Political Change In TurkeyCovid-19, Populism, and Political Change In TurkeyMonday, March 22, 2021
One of the most striking trends in world politics over the past decade has been the rise of populist governments. In their best form, they gave a voice to the non-elites and expanded participation, while in their worst, they prioritized short-term...
Foreword As part of a new series of debates we hope to ignite on the evolving world order, TPQ’s Winter 2020/21 edition explores the question of how the US’s changing role amid ongoing tensions with global powers will shape the upcoming decade. Topics such as the Trump administration’s domestic and foreign policy decisions and its reflections on...
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