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Turkey and the Southern Gas Corridor

Last week, Turkey and Azerbaijan inaugurated the Trans-Anatolian Pipeline, bringing Europe one step closer to securing access to Azerbaijani natural gas.

Daily Memo: Eastern Mediterranean Tensions, German Stagnation, Europe’s Stance on Iran

Greece expels the Turkish ambassador to Athens, and German industry shows more signs of contraction.

Daily Memo: The US Case Against Iran, South Korea and China Meet, the EU Warns Mexico

The Pentagon hasn’t commented on recent attacks in Iraq, but leaks provide some details.

Daily Memo: North Korean Threats, NATO Friction, the Endless Trade War

North Korea tells the U.S. it's running out of time to negotiate, and NATO members meet in London.

Daily Memo: Russo-China Cooperation, Turkish Financial Planning

A partnership between Moscow and Beijing has always been elusive.

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