U.S.-Turkish Relations in an Era of Global Geopolitical Change
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A strong security partnership with Turkey has been an important element of U.S. policy for the last five decades. However, in the last few years, U.S.-Turkish relations have seriously deteriorated, and today they are badly in need of repair. The arrival of a new administration in Washington presents an important opportunity to put Washington's relations with Ankara on a firmer footing. Turkey plays a critical role in four areas of increasing strategic importance to the United States: the Balkans, Central Asia and the Caucasus, the Middle East, and the Persian Gulf. In each of these areas, Ankara's cooperation is vital to achieving U.S. policy objectives.
Table of Contents
The U.S.-Turkish Security Partnership in Transition
Iraq and the Kurdish Challenge
The Broader Middle East
Russia and Eurasia
The European Dimension
U.S.-Turkish Defense Cooperation
The Domestic Context
Alternative Turkish Futures
Conclusion: Revitalizing the U.S.-Turkish Relationship