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The Syria Crisis and Turkey 31 octobre 2014

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Wise Men Board Report (BILGESAM), n° 52, October 2014
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Atilla Sandıklı and Ali Semin *

While the wave of uprisings, which began in 2011, led to regime changes in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen, it turned into a civil war between the Assad regime and the opposition forces in Syria. (suite…)

Turkey’s handling of its Syrian Refugees 11 juillet 2014

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BILGESAM Analysis, n° 1142, 8 July 2014
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Cenap Çakmak *

The popular uprising in Syria posed serious challenges for Turkey’s foreign policy, particularly due to of the potential spillover effect of the civil war that erupted in early 2011. Additionally, Turkey’s heavy involvement in the conflict has inevitably made its domestic politics and security susceptible to developments in Syria. (suite…)

Turkey’s Foreign Policy Challenges 3 mars 2014

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BILGESAM Analysis, n° 1119, 3 March 2014
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by Tarık Oğuzlu *

As the dynamics of international and regional politics have been changing dramatically over the last couple of years, Turkish foreign policy will face important challenges in the years to come. (suite…)

Under the Shadow of International Sanctions: Turkish-Iranian Economic Relations 1996-2014 17 janvier 2014

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BILGESAM Analysis, n° 1111, 17 January 2014
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Süleyman Elik *

During the era of Muhammad Reza Shah, Iran acted as the ‘gendarme of the Persian Gulf’ in order to protect US interests in the Middle East. (suite…)