Sisi’s Gamble: How Egypt’s Turn Toward Iran Changes Power in the Region

In recent months, there has been a major shift in Egypt’s foreign policy. Despite it …
  • Although abounding in energy sources compared to other regions, the Middle East suffers from the increasing significance of the energy market in shaping the nations' foreign policy in the 21st century.
  • For Turkey, as a dynamic, emerging economy, to increase its growth it needs a renewed strategy for investments into the energy market, but this may require changing its current partners in the field.
  • The timing of the critical visit by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to Tehran this week corresponded with a very sensitive regional and international conjuncture.

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