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Helpless and lonely: Turkey’s attitude towards the war in Syria 9 mai 2014

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OSW Commentary (Centre for Eastern Studies) No. 136, 9 May 2014

Szymon Ananicz *

The conflict in Syria, which has lasted since 2011, has become the most significant test of the efficiency of Turkey’s foreign policy and the biggest challenge to Turkey’s security in recent decades. The lack of a clear prospect of an end to the war does not allow us to come to a final conclusion regarding the Syrian civil war’s importance for Turkey. (suite…)

Turkey: Has the AKP Ended Its Winning Streak? 19 octobre 2013

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OSW Commentary (Centre for Eastern Studies) No. 117, 7 October 2013

Marek Matusiak

This paper argues that the public protests, deadlock on the Kurdish issue, and the unsuccessful attempt to amend the constitution in Turkey between 2012 and 2013 show the limitations of AKP rule. (suite…)