When the Clinton administration formulated the notion of rogue regime, they defined it as a country that embraced terrorism, was governed by an undemocratic cabal, and did not abide by the norms of diplomacy.
- Washington Examiner
- Michael Rubin
Just how much of a rogue regime has Turkey become?
Under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s turn toward terrorism is well-established.
Ahmet Kavas, an Erdogan appointee, defended al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb while serving as…