Energy security and Turkey
Looney, Robert E.
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Energy security has acquired increasing importance in the Western world, as some energy producers are using oil and gas for political leverage. In addition, alongside established players, new and temporarily weak central Asian countries are also looking for guaranteed stability and a secure environment in order to sell their gas and oil on the world market, without any interruption or mandate by established producers. Guided by the enduring legacy of Mustafa Kemal AtatuÌ rk, Turkey has been pursuing a policy of "Peace at Home and Peace Abroad" since the very establishment of the new Republic in incorporating this idea into Turkey's energy security policy bona fides, the country is becoming a key ally for the U.S. in the region. Indeed, the U.S. will need this reliable partner in the near future, since that energy security will be one of the main challenges for U.S. foreign policy in the years ahead.
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