Trading with a Virtual Neighbor: Mongolia in Turkey’s New Foreign Economic Policy in a Polycentric World | Emre Iseri & Oguz Dilek


Trading with a Virtual Neighbor: Mongolia in Turkey’s New Foreign Economic Policy in a Polycentric World

Emre Iseri* & Oguz Dilek**

[Citation: Emre Iseri* & Oguz Dilek. Trading with a Virtual Neighbor: Mongolia in Turkey’s New Foreign Economic Policy in a Polycentric World. Bilge Strateji, Cilt 5, Sayı 9, Güz 2013, ss.45-59 ]

Abstract
With the re-orientation of the world economy and the rise of the rest, Turkey is more likely to benefit from the international economic order. One possible actor Turkey may increase relations is Mongolia. In spite of long distance between two countries, common heritage and friendly diplomatic relations are the strengths in possible partnership. Located between two nuclear and major powers, Russia and China, Mongolia identifies Turkey as its third neighbor. This paper examines the relations between Turkey and Mongolia and reviews possible areas for furthering economic relations between two countries.

Keywords: Mongolia, third neighbor, Turkey-Mongolia relations

The full text of the article is available here: http://bilgesam.org/tr/images/stories/dergiler/bilgestrateji_2013/Makale%203%20-%20Mongolia%20Emre%20i%C5%9Feri.pdf

*Assistant Professor at International Relations Department in Yaşar University and Associate Member in the Editorial Board of the Journal of Global Faultlines.

** Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Zirve University, Gaziantep and Associate Member in the Editorial Board of the Journal of Global Faultlines.

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