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Abstract


Turkey’s Middle East Policy from The End of the Second World War to Baghdad Pact
Exposed to the threat of the Soviet Union after the Second World War, Turkey has addressed the Western alliance. Turkey, began to receive aid from the United States with the Truman Doctrine that was announced in 1947. Turkey who got closer to the Western alliance, shaped its Middle East Policy according to this alliance. In the process of Cold War Turkey felt the threat from the northern neighbor USSR did not understand that the Arab states felt the threat from the West and this factor inhibit Turkey from following an efficient policy in the Middle East. This study aims to explain Turkey’s Middle East policy from the end of the Second World War to the Baghdad Pact which was established under the leadership of The United States.

Keywords
Turkey, Middle East, Western Alliance



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