Mardi 04 Décembre 2018
de 09:00 à 11:00
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President of Russia Vladimir Putin and President of Iran Hassan Rouhani at the Presidential Complex in Ankara on April 4, 2018 for a trilateral summit.
Débats Séminaires et tables rondes
Paris

If this crisis has had qualitative impacts on Turkey's western ties in general and European in particular, another crisis of unknown consequences between Turkey and Saudi Arabia is in offing.  The murder of Jamal Khasogghi in Istanbul consulate has generated a set reactions shaking bilateral relations between the two regional powers as well as larger regional geopolitics. 

What can be learned from the Khashoggi affair on Turkey today’s priority? What role Ankara wishes to play in a regional game evermore conflictual? The volatility of Turkish alliances frightens the Europeans in a context of general tensions with the United States.  

With the contribution of:

  • Galip Dalay, Associate Research Fellow at IFRI's Turkey and Middle-East Program, Research Director at Al Sharq Forum and Non-resident Fellow at Brookings Institution, Doha Centre. 
  • Kadri Tastan, Senior Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States in Brussels
  • Dorothée Schmid, Senior Research Fellow and Head of Ifri’s Turkey and Middle-East Program

  • Moderated by Christine Ockrent, author of Le Prince mystère de l'Arabie. Mohammed Ben Salman, les mirages d'un pouvoir absolu, Robert Laffont (2018)

Organized in partnership with the German Marshall Fund of the United States