“Ankara now seems to be uncontrollable. Despite the many fronts she has open, despite the serious domestic problems, its slippery economy, and the scourge of the coronavirus, the Turkish President is pursuing a path that leads to isolation and adventures. Erdogan has succeeded in gaining some domestic approval, but fails to realize that he is reaching the point of no return. The foreign policy grid he has woven is disproportionate to the power and resilience he proclaims for his country. He is taking advantage of the political power vacuum in Washington and the weak response from Brussels,” writes George Kaklikis, Special Advisor to ELIAMEP, in his article for newspaper TA NEA.

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