Turkey's isolated stance: an ally no more, or just the usual turbulence?

  title={Turkey's isolated stance: an ally no more, or just the usual turbulence?},
  author={B. Park},
  journal={International Affairs},
  • B. Park
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology
  • International Affairs
This article explores the policy choices and political stances that lie behind Turkey's growing isolation both from its western allies and its regional neighbours. It details Ankara's approach to a range of current issues in its region—particularly relating to Syria but also Iraq, Libya, Iran, Russia and Israel—and seeks to trace these approaches back to the world-view of the country's ruling party and its leading figures, most notably President Erdogan and Prime Minister Davutoglu. It also… Expand
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