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After the Turkish Parliamentary Elections: Big Hopes, with Remaining Worries 14 juin 2015

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INSS Insight (Institute for National Security Studies) No. 709, June 14, 2015

Gallia Lindenstrauss & Ceyhun Çiçekçi *

Many in Turkey and abroad were surprised (and some also quite pleased) to see the setback suffered by the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Turkey’s June 7, 2015 parliamentary elections. (suite…)

Turkey Navigates between East and West, Shiites and Sunnis 20 avril 2015

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INSS Insight (Institute for National Security Studies) No. 687, April 20, 2015

Oded Eran & Gallia Lindenstrauss

Despite repeated attempts over more than a decade, Turkish leader Erdogan has failed to command a central role for his country in a region beset by religious, ethnic, and economic controversies. In an attempt to win on all fronts he has alienated friends and foes, as well as NATO allies. (suite…)

Turkey Drifting in the Middle East Winds of Change 3 juillet 2014

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INSS Insight (Institute for National Securities Studies) No. 568, July 3, 2014

Gallia Lindenstrauss * & Süfyan Kadir Kıvam

The abduction of some 80 Turkish citizens in Iraq by Islamic State (IS, formerly known as ISIS) militants and their affiliates symbolizes the major potential dangers of the current turmoil in the Middle East to Turkey’s security, economy, and trade relations, as well as to its regional influence. (suite…)