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Pipe Dreams or Dream Pipe? Turkey's Hopes of Becoming an Energy Hub

Einar Wigen
Middle East Journal
Vol. 66, No. 4 (Autumn 2012), pp. 598-612
Published by: Middle East Institute
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23361619
Page Count: 15
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Pipe Dreams or Dream Pipe? Turkey's Hopes of Becoming an Energy Hub
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Abstract

Turkey's energy policy is closely tied to its tradition of geopolitical thinking. While Turkey has very few energy resources of its own, the country's policy-making elite is deeply committed to making energy a central aspect of its foreign policy. Taking for granted the uniqueness of the country's geography and convincing others of the same, Turkey is on the path to becoming an important part of the network supplying Europe with energy.

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