Writing in Foreign Policy’s Shadow Government blog, Michael Magan suggests that Cameron should follow Obama’s lead in threatening to veto Palestinian attempts at UN recognition.
Hussein Ibish and Yossi Klein Halevi answer questions from Guardian readers on the Palestinian bid for statehood.
Andrew “Abu Muqawama” Exum (Center for National Security) compares NATO and the Taliban’s use of Twitter.
Russia allegedly creates a team tasked with stopping any attempts to use the internet to start an anti-Putin uprising.
At Radio Free Europe, Michael Weiss worries about Turkey’s regional ambitions.
Jennifer E Dyer is also concerned about the implications of Turkey’s decision to make it easier for its forces to target Israeli planes and ships.
However, Juan Cole points out that Erdogan has been repeatedly criticised by the Muslim Brotherhood.
Despite its previous rhetoric, Alan A at Harry’s Place suggests that the Turkish regime may now be co-operating with Assad to the extent of handing over senior officers who defected from the Syrian army in protest at the regime’s suppression of political dissent.