TURKEYSourceMar 10, 2022
Why Turkey is vital for Ukraine, as it balances both sides in Russia conflict
By Atlantic Council IN TURKEY
The Atlantic Council IN TURKEY discusses Turkey's importance for Ukraine, Turkey's stance towards the war between Russia and Ukraine and its efforts towards mediation with Yevgeniya Gaber.
TURKEYSourceFeb 17, 2022
Turkey’s Russia-crisis strategy rests on one fact: It has too much to lose
By Grady Wilson
Turkey's approach underlines the significant risks a conflict poses to the delicate balance between its diplomatic and economic relationships, and security concerns around the region.
TURKEYSourceDec 16, 2021
Turkey could tip the balance in the Ukraine-Russia standoff
By Matthew Bryza, Grady Wilson
Turkey is doubling down on defense cooperation with Ukraine via drone sales, while retaining cordial relations with Russia. How can Ankara's diplomacy play a role in this simmering conflict?
Grady Wilson is an associate director at the Atlantic Council IN TURKEY where he manages digital communications, coordinates events, and supports the program’s programming on US-Turkey bilateral relations. He originally joined the “Turkey team” as an intern with the Atlantic Council Energy and Economic (Istanbul) Summit in Istanbul in 2015. Grady graduated from McGill University in 2014 with a major in international management. Grady previously worked temporarily for the Council in the summers of 2013 and 2014, in the Office of Finance and Administration. Prior to joining the Council, Grady was an intern at the American Chamber of Commerce in Istanbul. In addition, he worked as a research assistant at the Turkish Embassy in Washington, D.C. in 2012. The son of two diplomats, Grady spent his childhood in Washington D.C., Melbourne, Baku, and Ankara.