Middle East // Analysis

28 december 2016

New Stage of Russia–Turkey Economic Relations

Timur Makhmutov PhD in Political Science, RIAC Deputy Program Director
Vladimir Avatkov Ph.D. in Political Science, Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations, Diplomatic Academy of MFA, Russia
Vladimir Likhachev Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, Deputy Director of the Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Deputy Director of the Energy Industry Institute of the National Research University Higher School of Economics
Ruslan Mamedov Master’s degree in International Relations, RIAC Program Assistant
Nigyar Masumova PhD in Economics Associate Professor at the Department of the Global Economy, MGIMO University
Ivan Starodubtsev Ph.D. in Engineering Science, Postdoctoral researcher, International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy, MGIMO University, RIAC Expert

The report outlines the dynamics and structure of ties between Russia and Turkey in trade, economics, construction, energy and non-for-profit sector.

The authors emphasize the overall progressive nature of the bilateral relations. However, the uncertain geopolitical situation largely linked to third countries affects several major joint economic projects, and could bring about negative consequences in the future.

The political forces in both countries are also influenced by public demand, which softenes the worsening political differences, despite certain contradictory views and complicated regional problems.

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Timur Makhmutov, Vladimir Avatkov, Vladimir Likhachev, Ruslan Mamedov, Nigyar Masumova, Ivan Starodubtsev, “New Stage of Russia–Turkey Economic Relations,” Russian International Affairs Council, 28 December 2016, http://russiancouncil.ru/en/inner/?id_4=8537

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