“Turkey, Russia and the West: Reassessing Persistent Volatility, Asymmetric Interdependence, and the Syria Conflict”, Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Evren Balta and Andrew O’Donohue (IPC, Turkey)

Senior Scholar and Research and Academic Affairs Coordinator Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Senior Scholar Evren Balta, and IPC Researcher Andrew O’Donohue’s report Turkey, Russia and the West: Reassessing Persistent Volatility, Asymmetric Interdependence, and the Syria Conflict was published.

The humanitarian crisis and escalating bloodshed in Syria’s Idlib province have brought Turkey-Russia relations to a fraught and volatile moment. The crisis is inextricably linked to numerous other foreign policy challenges facing Turkey, from migration cooperation to relations with NATO, and thus urgently demands a comprehensive reassessment of Turkey-Russia relations and their implications for Turkey’s Western allies. To this end, the report “Turkey, Russia, and the West” diagnoses key underlying challenges and proposes actionable policy recommendations for all sides.

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