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The relationship between Russia and Turkey has become one of the most important bilateral relationships in Eurasia today. Moscow and Ankara have worked to emphasize areas of cooperation and “compartmentalize” areas of difference. Policymakers in Western capitals will need to develop an understanding of the drivers of the Russian-Turkish relationship and their effects on Western interests. Join FPRI's Aaron Stein and authors of FPRI's latest Black Sea Strategy Paper, "Cooperation, Competition, and Compartmentalization: Russian-Turkish Relations and Their Implications for the West", Robert E. Hamilton and Anna Mikulska, as they discuss the main takeaways of the report.
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