La política exterior turca en el marco del Complejo de Seguridad Regional de Medio Oriente. Del soft power al smart power. (2002 - 2013)
Rojas Pinzón, Victoria Eugenia
Due to the confluence of Turkey in Asia, Middle East, the Balkans and Europe, the government is in the need to answer the challenges of being a pivotal State. It is in this point where its foreign policy turns into the major tool to stand out and survive in a heterogeneous environment. The aim of this monograph is to analyze the Turkish foreign policy in the framework of the Regional Security Complex in the Middle East taking into account the contributions of the Copenhagen School and its Theory of Regional Security Complexes. This will be done in order to understand its strategies of soft and hard power in its foreign policy and analyze if a smart power that enables Turkey to position itself as a regional power got to consolidate.
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