Turkey’s soft power laid ground for risk-taking, military gains, former U.S. colonel says

35:20
 
Paylaş
 

Manage episode 298688202 series 2512485
Ahval tarafından hazırlanmış olup, Player FM ve topluluğumuz tarafından keşfedilmiştir. Telif hakkı Player FM'e değil, yayıncıya ait olup; yayın direkt olarak onların sunucularından gelmektedir. Abone Ol'a basarak Player FM'den takip edebilir ya da URL'yi diğer podcast uygulamalarına kopyalarak devam edebilirsiniz.
Turkey’s use of soft power, including diplomacy and commerce, laid the foundation for calculated risk-taking and military and geo-strategic gains, said Rich Outzen, a retired U.S. army colonel and a geopolitical strategist. Military interventions in Syria’s Idlib, Libya and the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh showed that some risks were worth taking, Outzen said in a conversation with Edward Stafford for Ahval’s Anatolian Dispatch podcast series. Outzen spoke with Stafford to expand on his July 9 article published on the website of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy entitled "Deals, Drones, and National Will: The New Era in Turkish Power Projection”.

2656 bölüm