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The failed coup may well accelerate the recent Russo-Turkish détente

... of recent events will be felt in the entire region for many years to come. What can external powers do to mitigate the turmoil in the region? To be sure, any external involvement is likely to have only a marginal impact on key regional countries like Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Iran. However, a new concept of regional collective security proposed by the international community might help to limit the international repercussions of domestic crises like the one that took place in Turkey, and provide for ...


“Ankara–Tel Aviv” Orient Express: Course Set for Rapprochement?

... its own gas to Europe, thus essentially becoming a competitor for Moscow. Among the largest new gas fields are Tamar (discovered in 2009) and Leviathan (discovered in 2010). Later, taking into account the impossibility of finding a consensus in the Turkey–Israel dialogue, Tel Aviv was prepared to sell its gas to Egypt, which also had political disagreements with Ankara. The rapprochement between Cairo and Tel Aviv was as disadvantageous for Ankara as Iran’s growing influence in the region. Thus, Turkey was forced to soften its stance in order to prevent ...


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