A new report co-chaired by senior fellow Morton Abramowitz, “From Rhetoric to Reality: Reframing U.S. Turkey Policy,” frames the evolution of the U.S.-Turkey relationship since the Cold War. This report is a product of Bipartisan Policy Center’s Foreign Policy Project


“The foreign policies of the United States and Turkey have recently focused on the Middle East, and each has suffered serious setbacks. The region-wide political upheaval, which began more than two years ago, has given both countries an important interest in containing and minimizing the spreading instability and chaos. Today, to secure those interests, the United States and Turkey need a strong, cooperative partnership. But challenges to such a partnership have steadily mounted.”
Read the full report here