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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is likely to affect the security environment of the Black Sea region as well as the delicate balance of power among littoral states. Turkey, which controls the access by sea to and from the Black Sea, has a great interest in regional security even if over recent years its foreign and defence policy has primarily focused on the Mediterranean and the Middle East. While Ankara is attempting to play the role of mediator between Moscow and Kiev, questions have been raised regarding the possible implications the war could have on the security environment of the Black Sea and beyond in the short and medium term.

 

How does Ankara view such possible changes in regional equilibriums? How will this war affect Turkey’s relations with both Russia and its NATO allies? What will be the impact on Turkey’s security policy in the Black Sea and the Mediterranean as well as on regional cooperation initiatives?

This event is organised in cooperation with the GMF-TOBB Fellowship on Turkey, Europe, and Global Issues launched by The German Marshall Fund of the United States in partnership with the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) in 2017.
 

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30 March, 4.30pm CEST

 

FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN TO THE BLACK SEA:

TURKEY’S TROUBLED WATERS

 

WELCOMING REMARKS

 

IAN LESSER

Vice President, GMFUS

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

 

MITAT CELIKPALA

Professor of International Relations, Kadir Has University

 

STEPHEN J. FLANAGAN

Senior Political Scientist, RAND Corporation

 

ALINA INAYEH

Director, Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation, GMFUS

 

Chair

VALERIA TALBOT

Co-Head, Middle East and North Africa Centre, ISPI

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