A Neighborhood Rediscovered. Turkey’s transatlantic value in the Middle East

Transatlantic Academy authors Kemal Kirisci, Nathalie Tocci, and Joshua Walker explore Turkey’s transatlantic value in the Middle East. They contend that Turkey is not “lost,” but can play a positive role in the region as long as it conducts a norm-based foreign policy based on continuing democratization.

Details: 
Washington, The German Marshall Fund of the United States, March 2010, 28 p. (Brussels Forum Paper Series)
Publication date: 
22/03/2010

Introduction
The Sea Change in Turkey’s Middle Eastern Policies
Conflicting Interpretations of the Sea Change
Realizing Turkey’s Middle Eastern Potential
Conclusion

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