What the Turkish state thinks about Central Asian integration

My TEPAV colleague Timur Kaymaz and I have been tracking Chinese and Russian economic plans in Central Asia and its implications for Turkey. Last year, the European Council of Foreign Relations asked us to interview bureaucrats, businessmen, and experts about Turkey’s policy regarding China’s Belt and Road initiative, as well as Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union.

The report we produced is now out. You can read it here.

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