In-Depth Research & ReportsMar 15, 2021
Europe’s geostrategic sovereignty and Turkey
By Bahadır Kaleağası
A more positive relationship between the European Union and Turkey is a decade-long project of advocates from all over Europe and across the Atlantic. Drawing on history, witnesses see how this relationship can be an excellent win-win algorithm, as much as it can rapidly turn out to be a lose-lose situation or even a triple win-or-lose equation—with political, economic, and social resonance reaching far beyond the Continent.
ReportOct 7, 2020
Value beyond price: Prioritizing political stability and regional integration when financing Mediterranean gas
By Olgu Okumuş
A comprehensive overview of the tensions surrounding natural gas resources in the Eastern Mediterranean which argues that development projects must take into account geopolitical rivalries as a reality in determining how to leverage East Med gas by mobilizing the power of multilateral dialogue platforms and international development banks.
ReportJul 13, 2020
Turkey’s Refugee Resilience: Expanding and Improving Solutions for the Economic Inclusion of Syrians in Turkey
By Bastien Revel
Since 2014, Turkey has not only hosted the world’s largest refugee population but has also modeled a best practice for the global refugee policy discussion. Turkey’s experience on the key issues such as jobs and employment should be examined as lessons for both refugee hosting countries and donor countries alike.
ReportDec 19, 2018
Turkey’s energy nexus: Discoveries and developments
By Atlantic Council IN TURKEY
As the fastest growing energy market in the OECD over the past decade and a country dependent on imports for almost all of its hydrocarbon demand, Turkey’s energy sector carries regional implications. Securing a reliable and affordable source of energy, through diversification and increased domestic production, has formed the cornerstone of Turkey’s energy policy.
ReportSep 20, 2018
Toward long-term solidarity with Syrian refugees? Turkey’s policy response and challenges
By Laura Batalla & Juliette Tolay
Open door, camps and temporary protection have been at the core of Turkey’s approach. But an uninterrupted inflow of refugees, as well as a complicated foreign and domestic political environment, has put some limitations on Turkey’s welcome.