Turkey’s military policy in Syria: implications for NATO

Relatori: Can Kasapoglu

In three decades, Ankara’s strategic agenda in Syria has considerably changed. First, back in the late 1990s, Turkey’s primary goal was to put an end to the Hafez al-Assad regime’s use of the PKK terrorist organization as a proxy. The words of Can Kasapoglu, author of a paper focused on the Turkish policy in Syria.


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