Turkey-West relations : the politics of intra-alliance opposition / Oya Dursun-Özkanca.
- Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019.
xv, 214 pages ; 24 cm
- Turkey -- Foreign relations -- 21st century.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Turkey.
European Union -- Turkey.
Turkey -- Foreign relations -- Western countries.
Western countries -- Foreign relations -- Turkey.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
- "Turkey's strategic geopolitical positioning as a bridge between Europe, the Middle East, the Balkans, the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, and South Caucasus, and its religious, cultural, and historical affiliations with countries in its immediate neighborhood, make it an indispensable actor in European and transatlantic security. In the early 1950s, Turkey was so eager to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) that it fought in the Korean War and incurred heavy casualties. Subsequently, it has traditionally been well embedded in Western security infrastructures"-- Provided by publisher.
- Framework of itra-alliance opposition
Turkish foreign policy in the western Balkans
The Turkish veto over the EU-NATO security exchange
The EU-Turkey deal on refugees
Turkey's energy policies
Turkish rapprochement with Russia in security
Turkey's foreign policy on Syria and Iraq
Turkey and the West : What Next?
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Other format:
- Online version: Dursun-Ozkanca, Oya, Turkey-West relations
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