"Yenİ Orta Doğu"da Farklılaşan Amerİkan ve Türk Perspektİflerİ, Paul Kubicek
The Arab Spring and its aftermath pose significant foreign policy challenges to both the United States and Turkey. Behind the rhetoric on both sides of shared goals of supporting democracy and stability in the region, one sees divergence in their approaches to countries and issues in the region, including Syria, Egypt, Iraq, and Israel. The United States has become more risk-adverse in its approach, becoming more of a status quo power. Turkey, however, is more of a revisionist power, although in many respects it lacks the capacity to exercise significant influence. Problems in Turkey’s domestic politics are also affecting relations with the United States. While Turkey is re-visiting its approach to some issues in the
region, the two sides could do more to coordinate their policies and avoid combative rhetoric and self-inflicted wounds that harm their relationship.
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