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Tag: Turkish-Israeli Relations

Gaza and its Aftermath: Positioning Turkey in the Strategic Map of the US, Israel and the Middle East

GAZA AND ITS AFTERMATH:
Positioning Turkey in the Strategic Map of the US, Israel and the Middle East
Dr. Gonul Tol
Program Manager, TUSIAD‐US

Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has been enjoying the international praise that it has been receiving due to a burst of diplomacy in which Turkey sought a role as mediator in regional conflicts. Read more

Anatolian Janus – The AKP's Strategic Depth Doctrine and Turkey's Reemergence in the Middle East

Under the rule of the Justice and Development Party (AKP), Turkey has reemerged as a major power in the Middle East, mediating between Israel and Syria and facilitating in the nuclear standoff between Iran and the US. For some, this signals that Turkey has turned away from the West and joined ranks with the Muslim-majority countries it borders; for others, that the US is no longer an unrivaled power in the region. Read more