Recent years have seen dramatic changes in the nature, direction, and impact of Turkey's foreign relations in its neighborhood—a region that encompasses Europe, the Middle East, the Black and Caspian seas, and the Caucasus. The authors of this original collection explore those changes, the causes behind them, and their impact on Turkey's ties with its traditional allies in the West.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ronald H. Linden is professor of political science at the University of Pittsburgh. Ahmet O. Evin is founding dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Sabanci University. Kemal Kirişci is professor of international relations at Boğaziçi University. Thomas Straubhaar is professor of economics at the University of Hamburg. Nathalie Tocciis senior fellow at the Istituto Affari Internazionali. Juliette Tolay is a doctoral candidate in political science and international relations at the University of Delaware. Joshua W. Walker is assistant professor of international studies at the University of Richmond.
- Foreword—Stephen F. Szabo.
- Understanding Turkey’s Relations with Its Neighbors—J. Tolay and R.H. Linden.
- Reclaiming Turkey’s Imperial Past—J.W. Walker.
- From Confrontation to Engagement: Turkey and the Middle East—N. Tocci and J.W. Walker.
- Battles, Barrels, and Belonging: Turkey and Its Black Sea Neighbors—R.H. Linden.
- Energy and Turkey’s Neighborhood: Post-Soviet Transformation and Transatlantic Interests—A.O. Evin.
- Coming and Going: Migration and Changes in Turkish Foreign Policy—J. Tolay.
- Democracy Diffusion: The Turkish Experience—K. Kirişci.
- Turkey as an Economic Neighbor—T. Straubhaar.
- Turkey as a Transatlantic Neighbor—N. Tocci.
- Turkey and Its Neighborhood: Past, Present, and Future—the Authors.