By Gareth H. Jenkins
By Svante E. Cornell & Halil Magnus Karaveli
Turkey has never been an easy ally for the United States.The key question for American policymakers is whether dealing with Turkey today is fundamentally different than it has been in the past. In the Journal of International Security Affairs, Svante E. Cornell argues Turkey has indeed changed in ways that cause fundamental harm to the U.S.-Turkey alliance. Click here to download.
Wednesday, 15 January 2014
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & the Bipartisan Policy Center
A Post-Erdogan Turkey? Implications for the U.S.