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Reşat Kasaba on Washington’s dysfunctional relationship with Turkish President Erdoğan // Responsible Statecraft

October 7, 2020

Professor Resat Kasaba
Anne H.H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Professor of U.S. Foreign Policy Reşat Kasaba. Photo by Colette Cosner

In “Washington’s dysfunctional relationship with ‘Sultan’ Erdogan is getting dangerous” Jackson School Professor Reşat Kasaba, an expert in Middle East politics, analyzes Turkish President Recep Erdoğan’s influence on “Western commentators, writers, and politicians, including President Trump” and his new moniker as ‘Sultan’ of the Middle East and increasing authoritarian tendencies.

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