What we witness today is the unraveling of the post-Cold War international order, and both Russia and Turkey play a major role in this process. But what do Moscow and Ankara want? What new order do they dream of? Is the same dream shared by both? What defines their foreign policy – the nature of their political regimes, their imperial legacies, or their national interests?
Editor of Russia in Global Affairs, chairman of the Council on Foreign and Defence Policy (Moscow)
Professor of International Relations at Kadir Has University in Istanbul and columnist at Habertürk daily newspaper
Permanent Fellow, IWM
This public panel discussion was part of a closed workshop taking place at the IWM on September 21 and 22.