9. July 2021

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Libyan National Unity Government Prime Minister Dbeibeh hold a joint press conference in Ankara, Turkey, on April 12, 2021. Photo credit: Office of the President of Turkey, Directorate of Communications

Tensions are rising in the eastern Mediterranean. Turkey’s sparring with Israel is combining with its conflicts with Saudi Arabia and its partners, and is increasingly drawing in other countries—from Libya to Greece, and maybe soon the United States. Just a few months ago, there appeared to be signs of rapprochement between Turkey and Israel, but that now seems unlikely. The considerable rise of conservative ethnic and religious nationalism in both Israel and Turkey over the past couple decades is often cited to help explain this tension, and


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