Turkey and the United States

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The recent evolution of US-Turkish relations highlights broader challenges of the transition from American unipolarity to a still inceptive ‘multipolar world’. ...

The recent evolution of US-Turkish relations highlights broader challenges of the transition from American unipolarity to a still inceptive ‘multipolar world’. The relationship cannot be understood unless its evolution during the 20th century is contrasted with the recent reality of the fluid interaction between a self-described ‘emerging power’ (Erdogan, 2011) with regional aspirations and a global superpower with extended interests in Turkey’s many neighbourhoods (including the Balkans, the Caucasus, and the Middle East) but a declining international influence.

 

Source: http://www2.lse.ac.uk/IDEAS/publications/reports/SR007.aspx

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Continents ( 5 Area )
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 Content ( 611 ) Event ( 165 )
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Africa 64 239
Asia 69 277
Europe 13 52
Latin America & Carribean 12 38
North America 7 5
Regions ( 4 Area )
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Balkans 22 124
Middle East 17 103
Black Sea and Caucasus 2 23
Mediterranean 2 6
Identity Fields ( 2 Area )
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Islamic World 51 329
Turkish World 15 47
Turkey ( 1 Area )
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Turkey 49 362

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