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Murat Yeşiltaş

Dr. Yeşiltaş is a Professor of International Relations at Sakarya University. He is currently working on the following research projects: The Rise of Kurdish Geopolitical Space, Border Security in the Middle East and The New Regional Security Project in the Middle East (NRSP).

The Unnamed War in Turkey-US Relations

The cases of both Pastor Brunson and Jerusalem represent a ‘clash of civilizations’ and even more, a ‘religious-conflict’ and are the most significant examples of the messianic wave in U.S. foreign policy.

A Uni-Multipolar Moment in Turkish Politics

“The AK Party’s primacy in the domestic distribution of power capabilities is one of the most salient features of the current Turkish politics, but the new dynamics with regards to the new system requires more cooperation to sustain its supremacy.”

What Can the F-35 Crisis Further Lead To?

Turkey’s removal from the F-35 program will not eliminate potential risks by Russia. It will only hamper NATO influence in the region and further deteriorate Turkish-American relations, as part of a lose-lose scenario.