|Author (Person)||Gursoy, Yaprak, Toygür, İlke|
|Publisher||Elcano Royal Institute / Fundación Real Instituto Elcano|
|Series Title||Analyses of the Elcano Royal Institute (ARI)|
|Series Details||No. 73,2018 /11.06.2018)|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
The Elcano Royal Institute is a think-tank for international and strategic studies that analyses world events and trends from a Spanish, European and global perspective.
The Analyses of the Elcano Royal Institute (ARI)are short pieces - of around 3,000 words - on aspects of current international affairs considered to be of relevance to Spain, its foreign policy or its security. In broad terms ARIs are intended to have a predictive bearing on events.Turkey’s problems with its Western allies have frequently been on the table over the past few years. Its accession negotiations for EU membership are unofficially frozen. In relation to the US, the need for a new strategical framework became obvious following the Cold War period. Association with NATO has become ever more complex over the decade due to three major developments: the Arab Spring, the failed coup attempt in Turkey and the improvement in Turkish-Russian relations. This paper looks at these major developments in some detail and concludes that even if there is no clear sign of Turkey dropping out of NATO, the need for a new positive impulse is clear.
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations, Security and Defence|
|Countries / Regions||Europe, Turkey|