78 - Turkey's Strategic Goals in the Middle East (The Death of Kemalism?)

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78 - Turkey's Strategic Goals in the Middle East (The Death of Kemalism?)

Turkey is attempting to reassert itself back onto the world stage but stands at a crossroads as to which direction to extend its influence. Europe has blocked Turkey's entry into the EU for decades now, and Central Asia remains a little out of reach, so should Ankara turn toward the Middle East for adventurism. With this question in mind, we ask our experts what are Turkey's short and long-term goals here in the Middle East, and whether we will see Turkey once again use its geography to dominate the energy industry. 

On the panel this week:
- Gönül Tol (MEI)
- Rich Outzen (Atlantic Council)
- Matthew Bryza (Jamestown)
- James F. Jeffrey (Wilson Centre)

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