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The conceptual architecture of turkish foreign policy: An update in light of regional turbulence

  title={The conceptual architecture of turkish foreign policy: An update in light of regional turbulence},
  author={Eduard Soler y Lecha},
This document examines the way in which Turkish foreign policy has adapted to a turbulent regional context. The author carries out this examination by reviewing some of the concepts that are commonly used in political discourse and academic analysis on this country�s foreign policy. The lexicon of Turkey�s current foreign policy reflects the systemic changes made since the end of the Cold War, as well as the doctrinal contributions of Ahmet Davutoðlu, the current foreign affairs minister. This… 
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