America's Asia-Pacific Strategy and Turkish-American Partnership by ProQuest

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The debate on the future of the Turkish-American partnership has puzzled scholars in recent years due to its constant fluctuations. In the first year of the Obama administration, the parties tried to heal relations with high level exchanges and a new conceptual framework to define the relationship. However, in 2010 the discord between the US and Turkey on major policy issues, including Iran and relations with Israel, once again strained bilateral relations. With the Arab Spring, the pendulum swung once again. Since the eruption of the people's movement in different parts of the Middle East, Turkey and the US have acted in coordination, and taken similar positions in debates in international forums. The Obama administration announced a new Asia-Pacific strategy, which will entail the concentration of its diplomatic, military, and economic resources to build partnerships and curb emerging threats in this region. This new doctrine may have a major impact on US relations with Turkey by opening up new opportunities for cooperation and new necessities to deepen the partnership. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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									                                        AMERICA’S ASIA-PACIFIC STRATEGY AND TURKISH-AMERICAN PARTNERSHIP




America’s Asia-Pacific Strategy
and Turkish-American Partnership
                                                                              KILIÇ BUĞRA KANAT*
ABSTRACT



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                                                                 he United States is in the pro-
The debate on the future of the                                  cess of recalibrating its foreign
Turkish-American partnership has                                 policy priorities and shifting

								
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