TITLE

Arab Baharinin G�lgesinde Israil-Filistin Sorunu ve T�rkiye-Israil Iliskileri

AUTHOR(S)
Balamir Coskun, Bezen
PUB. DATE
June 2012
SOURCE
Middle Eastern Analysis / Ortadogu Analiz;2012, Vol. 4 Issue 42, p28
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
As international community has engaged in uprisings in the Arab world, since the beginning of 2011 Israeli- Palestinian issue have been shadowed by Arab awakening. Despite the lack of extensive media coverage and public attention Israeli - Palestinian issue has entered a new phase, with its regional and international ramifications. During this period Turkey has boosted its support for the Palestinians and tensions between Ankara and Tel Aviv have remain unchanged since Mavi Marmara incident in May 2010. In this article the state of Turkish-Israeli relations will be discussed in the light of the most recent developments in regional dynamics of the Middle East. Here the outcome of Arab movements and Turkey's strategic decision to support Palestinian cause are discussed as the major determinants of the future of Israeli - Turkish relations. It is argued that Turkey needs to consider a fine balance between Arab public opinion and strategic calculations in the regional affairs
ACCESSION #
76549996

 

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