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Politics in Troubled Times: Israel-Turkey Relations 26 décembre 2014

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The Foreign Policy Programme (TESEV) December 2014                                     Türkçe

Sabiha Senyücel Gündoğar, Mensur Akgün, Aybars Görgülü *

Setting out with the premise that the current situation of Israel-Turkey relations is detrimental to all parties in the region, TESEV Foreign Policy Program conducted a series of studies in order to dwell upon alternative areas of cooperation and discuss the current state of relations. To this end, two roundtable meetings were organized: the first one was held on 2 October 2013 in Istanbul and the second was organized in Jerusalem on 22 December 2013. A trip to Israel was organized between 6 and 8 July 2014 to complement these roundtables, during which a significant number of meetings were held with authorities form the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, as well as journalists and various experts. This report touches upon the historical background of Israel-Turkey relations and the potential areas for Turkish-Israeli cooperation.

* Prof. Dr. Mensur Akgün is the Adviser to TESEV’s Foreign Policy Program. He is also the Director of the Global Political Trends Center (GPoT) of Istanbul Kültür University, where he is a faculty member at the International Relations Department. Sabiha Senyücel Gündoğar is the Director of TESEV Foreign Policy Program. Aybars Görgülü is the Officer of the TESEV Foreign Policy Program. Dr. Görgülü also works as an instructor at Istanbul Kültür University.

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