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Turkey, in search of a new positioning

The year 2023 is a decisive year for Turkey as it marks the centenary of the Republic and there are presidential elections. For Turkey today, the context is difficult as it coincides with the return of high inflation of around 85% in 2022 followed by a devaluation of the Turkish lira.
Yet internationally, the country is increasingly active. It wants to play a mediation role in the Russian-Ukrainian war by taking advantage of each leader. It is on the Syrian ground to fight the Kurds' claims to autonomy close to the Kurdistan Workers' Party - just as it is present in Africa where it built a first Turkish military base in Somalia in 2017.
In this very difficult context, it seems that President Erdogan is playing his last card by being active on several fronts to bring a solution to regional conflicts. But this diplomacy is causing dispersion with mixed results. In Syria, for example, Turkey has burnt its wings because it has not been able to identify the opposition to which it was providing support.
This special issue gives you all the keys to understanding today's Turkey, which is looking for support in a multipolar world to make "Turkey great again".

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