Turkey – Syria: metamorphoses of Middle Eastern politics

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Turkey – Syria: metamorphoses of Middle Eastern politics
// Pathways to Peace and Security. 2015. No 1(48). P. 119-132



Abstract

Internal armed conflict in Syria has become chronic. Turkey is one of the states that are willing to intervene into this crisis with military force. However, Ankara’s overly active support to the Arab revolutions did not bring any visible and potential dividends. 


Keywords

Turkey, Syria, B. Assad, A.D avutoglu, R. Erdogan, the Arab revolutions, neo-Ottomanism, the Turkish-Arab relations 


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For citation:
Frolov A. Turkey – Syria: metamorphoses of Middle Eastern politics. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2015, No 1(48), pp. 119-132



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