Türkiye'deki demokratik gerilemeye rağmen, Ankara ile Brüksel arasındaki ilişkiler ısınıyor. Kriz Grubu, İzleme Listesi 2023 – Sonbahar Güncellemesi’ne dahil edilen bu yazıda, AB ve üye devletlerin Türkiye ile ilişkileri nasıl derinleştirebileceği ve ortak çıkar alanlarında Türkiye ile nasıl iş birliğini geliştirebileceği ele alınıyor.
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The success of Ankara's mediation [over Gaza] will depend on how much influence the political wing of Hamas has on the armed wing.
Ankara remains intent on further pushing back against the PKK [Kurdistan Workers' Party] and its affiliates in the region.
Less escalation in the conflict with the PKK may give authorities [in Türkiye] struggling with how to respond to this unprecedented crisis one less thing to worry about.
If the UN fails to extend its operation [in Syria] via these [Turkish border] crossings, donor states should bypass the UN and do bilateral assistance themselves.
France is paying for its desire to maintain a very significant political and military presence in its former dominions.
Attacks [from the PKK] this year show that they still have the capacity to carry out sensational attacks in Türkiye’s cities.
UN diplomacy aimed at reunifying Cyprus has been drifting since talks broke down in 2017. The Secretary-General should appoint an envoy to draft a roadmap with sufficient incentives to bring both Greek and Turkish Cypriots back to the table.
Since the Syrian uprising began in 2011, Ankara has been drawn ever deeper into the crisis. Its approach will likely hold steady for now. But the choices it makes next matter for the fate of millions of Syrians.
In this online event, Crisis Group’s experts and external speakers discussed the extent to which hydrocarbons have shaped conflict dynamics in the Eastern Mediterranean and the prospects for effective gas diplomacy, in particular.
This week on War & Peace, Olga Oliker speaks with Crisis Group’s Türkiye Director Nigar Göksel about the Turkish elections and how President Erdoğan’s new term might shape the country’s domestic and foreign policy.
Major gas finds in the eastern Mediterranean seabed over the last ten years have fuelled ambitions to link the region’s energy markets and, in turn, bring its countries in conflict to the negotiating table. These great expectations have proven outsized, but smaller-scale objectives are achievable.
Müzakerelerin çöktüğü 2017 yılından beri Kıbrıslı Rum ve Kıbrıslı Türk pozisyonları birbirinden uzaklaşmakta. Bazı önemli konularda iki taraf arasında işbirliği zorluklarla yürüyor. Bu durum Doğu Akdeniz’de gerilimleri de besleyebiliyor. Yeniden birleşme artık düşük bir olasılık, fakat taraflar daha gerçekçi hedeflere doğru yol alabilirler.
This week on Hold Your Fire!, Richard speaks with Nigar Göksel, Crisis Group’s Türkiye director, to discuss Ankara’s foreign relations under President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and, with elections scheduled for May, whether a change in Ankara would bring a change in policy.
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