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Turkey’s foreign and security policy identity has been showing a dramatic shift in recent years. Turkey’s relations with its traditional allies in the West, namely EU, US, and NATO have been in constant crisis mode since 2013, but more acutely so since 2015 when Turkey’s foreign policy environment began to be intensely securitized in a multitude of theaters ranging from Turkey’s southeast to Syria, Libya, the eastern Mediterranean and the Caucasus. Is Turkey’s search for strategic autonomy compatible and/or manageable for the transatlantic alliance?