American Foreign Policy in Turkey’s Neighborhood
This chapter considers the limited set of US foreign policy initiatives in Turkey's northern and southern neighborhoods since the early 1990s. It begins by tracing US foreign policies in the Middle East and in Eastern Europe, outlining the implications these have had for the evolution of Turkish foreign policy. The United States is only one of many proponents of Turkish foreign policy, whose primary determinants are domestic. In other words, Turkey is very much an agent in its own right, yet, the United States influences the broader context in which European debates about Turkey are conducted. The latter part of the chapter illustrates the European reactions to US policies in Turkey's neighborhood, examining the effects on Europe of US material, ideational, and discursive expressions of power in and around the region.
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