Turkey’s Middle East Policies

Mustafa Aydın, Cihan Dizdaroglu

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Abstract

Turkey has consistently avoided being part of the regional politics of the Middle East during most of the 20th century and, thus, has not had a holistic approach towards the region. However, global geopolitical and domestic political changes since the end of the Cold War have brought Turkey increasingly closer to the region.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChanging Security Paradigm in West Asia
Subtitle of host publicationRegional and International Responses
EditorsMeena Singh Roy, MD. Muddassır Quamar
Place of PublicationIndia
PublisherKW Publishers Pvt Ltd
Chapter4
Pages39-54
Number of pages198
ISBN (Print)978-93-89137-59-0
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Turkish Foreign Policy
  • Middle East
  • Energy
  • Israel
  • Arab Spring
  • Cyprus

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    Aydın, M., & Dizdaroglu, C. (2020). Turkey’s Middle East Policies. In M. S. Roy, & MD. M. Quamar (Eds.), Changing Security Paradigm in West Asia: Regional and International Responses (pp. 39-54). [13] India: KW Publishers Pvt Ltd.