The question in many Arab capitals these days is: What is Turkey’s strategy in today’s Middle East? An ever-changing region, Turkey has adapted fastest to regional changes. Since the beginning of March, Turkey has been sending clear messages about its new foreign policy path. President Erdoğan visited Saudi Arabia and Tehran and multiple AKP members, sending strong indications of warming ties with Israel at the same time. Can Turkey take on such crucial role - mediating between the region’s rivals?
What Turkey has to offer is beyond the power of the Arab LeagueCeylan Ozbudak