Turkey switches foreign focus from EU to Russia and Islam
More than a quarter of a century after its first bid to join European economic society, Turkey is seeking links with other countries and organisations. As well as the European Union, its foreign policy focus includes the predominantly Islamic Middle East and northern Africa, while Russia is playing a growing role. But there appears to be a lack of cohesion, which will pose problems for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s vision of a ‘New Turkey’.
<em>Turkey’s foreign policy seems to lack a clear focus. The Islamification of society, pushed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was in line with Ankara’s increased focus...
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