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Dmitri Trenin

Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, DTrenin@carnegie.ru
Dmitri Trenin
From Damascus to Kabul: Any Common Ground between Turkey and Russia?
January 1, 2013
Over the past two decades Turkey and Russia have managed to normalize their bilateral relationship. Trade is flourishing, and human contacts are multiplying. Turkey and Russia also share a vast neighborhood, over which the Ottoman and the Romanov empires used to fight in the past. Now, the region from the Black Sea to the Hindu Kush features a number of active and potential conflicts. Could the happier relationship between Ankara and Moscow form the basis for their cooperation on regional issues or would the difference of interests turn them into rivals again?

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