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Nigyar Masumova

PhD in Economics Vice Dean of International Journalism Department; Associate Professor, Department of the World Economy, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

Seçkin Köstem

Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Bilkent University (Turkey)

Pavel Shlykov

Assistant Professor, Department of Near and Middle Eastern History, Institute of Asian and African Studies, Moscow State University

Grigory Lukyanov

Senior Lecturer at the School of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences of the Research University – Higher School of Economics, Researcher at the Center for Arabic and Islamic Studies of the Institute of Oriental Studies RAS; RIAC expert

Irina Kasimova

Third Secretary, Press-Attaché of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Ankara

Altay Atly

Associate Professor of International Relations, Koç University (Turkey)

Mitat Çelikpala

Professor, Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences, Kadir Has University

Andrey Kortunov

Ph.D. in History, Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council, RIAC member

Egor Pak

Senior Lecturer, Department of International Economic Relations and External Economic Links, MGIMO University

Emre Erşen

Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations, Marmara University (Turkey)

Ruslan Mamedov

MSc in International Relations, Program Manager (MENA) at the Russian International Affairs Councill

This report is the result of a collaborative study performed by the RIAC and the Center for Strategic Research (SAM) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey. SAM publishes academic journal “Perceptions: Journal of International Affairs” (Turkey), an English language journal on foreign affairs. The materials included in this report were initially published in a special issue of PERCEPTIONS. The paper presents the views of Russian and Turkish experts in the field of International Relations on the relationship between the two sides with a focus on key areas for cooperation. The report provides an analysis of bilateral economic ties between the two countries, strategic challenges in the Middle East, regional issues related to the Black Sea and the Caucasus and the development of a Eurasian transport corridor.

This report is the result of a collaborative study performed by the RIAC and the Center for Strategic Research (SAM) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey. SAM publishes academic journal “Perceptions: Journal of International Affairs” (Turkey), an English language journal on foreign affairs. The materials included in this report were initially published in a special issue of PERCEPTIONS. The paper presents the views of Russian and Turkish experts in the field of International Relations on the relationship between the two sides with a focus on key areas for cooperation. The report provides an analysis of bilateral economic ties between the two countries, strategic challenges in the Middle East, regional issues related to the Black Sea and the Caucasus and the development of a Eurasian transport corridor.

Deepening Russia-Turkey Relations, 1.7 Mb

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