Influence of Turkish Foreign Policy in Albania

  title={Influence of Turkish Foreign Policy in Albania},
  author={Blendi Lami},
  journal={European Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies},
  • Blendi Lami
  • Published 21 January 2017
  • Political Science
  • European Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies
This paper inquires into the overall picture of the Turkish foreign policy toward Western Balkans, and especially Albania, on the geopolitical plan. It explores the new Turkish policy principles, Davotuglu’s strategic vision, and the extent to which the geopolitics of both Turkey and Albania inform Turkish foreign policy. This paper also delineates the perceptions of Albania towards Turkey’s foreign policy and contradictions of the same policy. According to Davutoglu, the architect of Turkish… 
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