Mapping the Fault Lines in Turkey-US Relations

Making the Vulnerable Partnership

«Mapping the Fault Lines" is a pivotal work in the study of the U.S.-Turkey relationship, an area of study which has profound and practical importance for U.S. foreign policy but which does not receive the attention it deserves. The book illuminates the intricate blend of strengths and weaknesses that characterize the partnership between Ankara and Washington. In an era where American leadership faces dangerous new challenges, "Mapping the Fault Lines" provides us with the guide we need not just to better US-Turkish relations but also to better ties with other regional powers, especially when their objectives might diverge from our own on some issues. With his exceptional expertise, insight, and background, Kilic Kanat is indisputably the most competent authority to guide us on this issue.»

Michael Doran Senior Fellow and Director, Hudson Institute, USA
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Forlag
I.B. Tauris
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
328
ISBN
9780755650750
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 16 cm

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«Mapping the Fault Lines" is a pivotal work in the study of the U.S.-Turkey relationship, an area of study which has profound and practical importance for U.S. foreign policy but which does not receive the attention it deserves. The book illuminates the intricate blend of strengths and weaknesses that characterize the partnership between Ankara and Washington. In an era where American leadership faces dangerous new challenges, "Mapping the Fault Lines" provides us with the guide we need not just to better US-Turkish relations but also to better ties with other regional powers, especially when their objectives might diverge from our own on some issues. With his exceptional expertise, insight, and background, Kilic Kanat is indisputably the most competent authority to guide us on this issue.»

Michael Doran Senior Fellow and Director, Hudson Institute, USA

«Mapping the Fault Lines is an invaluable guide to the complex relationship between the United States and Turkey. By weaving together deft interpretation of the historical roots of the relationship with keen analysis of recent developments, Kanat deepens our understanding of why the U.S.-Turkey partnership is at once resilient and durable, yet also chronically troubled.»

Charles A. Kupchan, Professor, Georgetown University and Council on Foreign Relations, USA

«Kilic Kanat’s work on U.S.-Turkish relations advances our understanding of one of the world’s most important, yet complicated bilateral relationships. His masterful review of the issues in that relationship will enlighten many in the foreign affairs field who attribute the strains in the relationship, be it over Russia or U.S. cooperation in Syria with the PKK-linked Syrian Democratic Forces, mainly to Ankara’s actions. Washington’s missteps from Ankara’s standpoint are ably documented. I am left optimistic by his analysis, as the first step in bridging divides is to understand their nature. Here Kilic has made a notable contribution.»

James F. Jeffery, Chair of the Middle East Program, Wilson Center, USA

«The shift in Turkey’s foreign policy and its growing distance with the United States has been the subject of much debate among both academic and policy-makers. Kilic Kanat’s book provides a timely, well-researched and incisive examination of the recent history of Turkey-US relations, what accounts for their drift apart, and what policies and institutional obstacles prevent a return to the old order. This book fills an important gap in our understanding of Turkey-US relations, and is must reading for all those interested in Turkish foreign policy, challenges facing the US in the new world order, and the future of NATO.»

Vali Nasr, Professor, John Hopkins University, USA

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