Turkey as a Global Middle Power?

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In the midst of a post on Turkey-India relations, and how they are limited by each seeing the other through the prism of Cyprus and Pakistan respectively, Mehmet Ozkan makes a good point about Turkey’s lack of membership in any of the emerging power forums, like BRIC or IBSA. He argues that such an involvement would help India and Turkey develop institutional ties that they currently lack. But it occurred to me that it would also be a solid credential ratifying Turkey’s status as not just just a regional power, but as a global middle power. I’m surprised that hasn’t […]

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