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Turkey-Iran Relations after the JDP

Bayram Sinkaya


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The Justice and Development Party (JDP / Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi, AKP), led by Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, came to power in Turkey in November 2003. Since then, it has dominated Turkish politics and a number of successive governments. In the course of this time, much has changed in the Turkish political structure, domestic context, and in both international and regional settings. Foreign policy in Turkey has also been fundamentally transformed. In the meantime, Turkish-Iranian relations have considerably improved. Indeed, the seventeen-year record of JDP rule in Turkey and its implications for Turkish-Iranian relations are worthy of study. However, the relationship between Turkey and Iran has a history longer than the JDP rule in Turkey. Considering their age-old acquaintance, the recent development of an apparently close relationship between the two raises the following questions: What are the major trends in Turkish-Iranian relations? And, how has the JDP’s rise to power affected tho...

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