2000’Lİ YILLARDAN SONRA TÜRKİYE-RUSYA İLİŞKİLERİ ve ‘UÇAK KRİZİ’
AFTER TURKEY-RUSSIA RELATIONS IN THE 2000’S and THE 'PLANE CRİSİS'
Subject(s): Governance, International relations/trade, Peace and Conflict Studies
Published by: Sage Yayınları
Keywords: Turkey-Russia relations; the plane crisis; multilateral cooperation; R. T. Erdogan; Putin;
Summary/Abstract: In conclusion, as I mentioned, both countries are countries that have a place and importance both regionally and globally, with a deep-rooted historical heritage and an established state tradition. Such factors make it necessary for both countries to take on a number of missions at the global and regional level and undertake duties within this scope. The two countries, which are moving towards becoming a leader and strong state in the regional sense and competing in this way, have historically gone through a period of ups and downs. We can also evaluate the recent "plane crisis" in this context. Turkey and Russia in the short term by demonstrating the necessary political will to exit from this crisis in a stable manner the idea is more important than the continuation of bilateral relations and in this way have shown that they are committed. We believe that this positive result achieved in relations will continue in the future in every field, especially in the field of energy.
- Issue Year: 12/2020
- Issue No: 47
- Page Range: 399-405
- Page Count: 7
- Language: Turkish