|German Marshall Fund of the United States
|Journal | Series | Blog
The debate on the course of Turkish foreign policy heated up again in the wake of the Gaza flotilla catastrophe and Turkey’s no vote at the UN Security Council on sanctions against Iran. To argue as some do that Turkish foreign policy was guided solely by ideological considerations and by Islamic solidarity betrays a careless, ahistorical, and far too partisan a view of the current government’s record.
|Politics and International Relations
|Countries / Regions