Turkey's New Geopolitics
From the Balkans to Western China
The world on Turkey's borders has changed radically in the last several years as a result of the Soviet Union's collapse. For the first time since the beginning of the century, Turkey has found itself with potential new foreign policy clout. The authors explore the character of the new Turkey, assessing its foreign policy options and interpreting the significance of those choices for the Middle East, Central Asia, and the United States.