Tackling Uncertainty: Turkish-EU Foreign Policy Cooperation in the Middle East and North Africa

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Jul 29, 2022 | Instituto Affari Internazionali

With the withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan, the continuation of overlapping security and socio-economic challenges across much of the Middle East and North Africa, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, foreign policy cooperation between the EU and Turkey is ever more relevant. Despite several areas of mutual concern, however, bilateral relations have often been strained and at times even conflictual. Drawing on the assumption that space for cooperation does exist, this publication by the Instituto Affari Internazionali investigates the respective foreign policy approaches of Europe and Turkey towards five regions: Afghanistan, the Eastern Mediterranean, Iraq, Libya and Syria. Authors discuss the policy approaches of key EU states and Turkey through distinct analytic lenses.



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