he year 2021 has witnessed an escalated tension in the Middle Eastern and European security complexes.
or the first time since the First World War, Libya has occupied a central position in Turkish foreign policy.
nergy resources in the Eastern Mediterranean continue to determine the foreign policies of countries in the region.
ollowing its launching ceremony in the Dilovası district of Kocaeli province on June 20, Turkey’s second drilling ship Yavuz set off to the Eastern Mediterranean, near the other Turkish-flagged drilling ship Fatih.
he collapse of the Soviet Union and the early years of the new Russian Federation were marked by the country leaving regions it was traditionally present.
ountries that share maritime borders have to make agreements on the limits of their authorities to ensure that they can operate independently in naval spaces such as Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) and continental shelves.
hortly after the statement from U.
egional and international actors have anxiously and cautiously followed Turkey’s increasing activities in the Eastern Mediterranean.
he discovery of hydrocarbon reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean during the last couple of years has reshuffled regional balances and rendered the region one of the critical centers for the world’s leading oil and gas companies.
The Egyptian government has initiated the establishment of the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum, which held its first meeting in Cairo on 13 January, 2019.
s Turkey’s economy grows and its external energy demand increases, the country does not want to be dependent on a couple of suppliers, and seeks to form policies on alternative resources and suppliers.
Changes in the modern warfare have direct repercussions on foreign policy, strategy, and decision-making processes.
audi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s (MBS) visit to Turkey on June 22, 2022, consolidated a new paradigm in the Gulf.
s soon as the Joe Biden administration took office, Biden announced that his administration would embrace an institution-based approach in foreign policy.
uring the post-Cold War period, Turkey-Russia relations shuttled between geopolitical competition and economic cooperation.
he Russia-Ukraine war has revealed the thin and fragile line between the West and Russia in the guise of a new geopolitical power struggle.
The process of normalization is expected to bear fruit with Israeli President Isaac Herzog’s planned visit to Turkey on March 9-10.