Turkey May Be Forced To Take Sides Over Russia-Ukraine Conflict


Analysts warn that escalating tensions between Moscow and Kyiv could mark the end of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Erdogan’s diplomatic balancing act. Turkey has long maintained close ties with both Ukraine and Russia. However, the recent bout of tensions between Ukraine and Russia in the Donbas region are forcing the country to take sides, which could damage its long-standing balancing policies. “Turkey has developed a close relationship with Russia in different localities and neighborhoods of Turkey,’’ Mustafa Aydın, professor of international relations at Istanbul’s Kadir Has University, told RFI. “But Ukraine has always been, since its independence, one of…

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