RUSSO-TURKISH DIVERGENCE (PART I): THE SECURITY DIMENSION

Author
Stephen Blank, Younkyoo Kim
Content Type
Journal Article
Journal
Middle East Review of International Affairs
Volume
16
Issue Number
1
Publication Date
December 2013
Institution
Global Research in International Affairs Center, Interdisciplinary Center
Abstract
Since the early 1990s, Turkey and Russia's strategic outlooks have gradually been converging. The two countries have incrementally shed their mutual apprehensions and started a comprehensive and multifaceted cooperation. Turkish–Russian interaction in the Middle East, Caucasus, and Mediterranean reveals that there might be limits to the future expansion of their partnership.
Political Geography
Russia, Turkey, Caucasus, Middle East