Is there indeed such a phenomenon as the ‘European non-West’? May we consider Russia and Turkey as part of the European non-West? Do Russian and Turkish elites face the problem of a “dual identity”? These and other questions are answered by: Robert Cooper, Director General at the General Secretariat of the Council of the EU; Ivan Krastev, Chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia, Bulgaria, Editor-in-Chief of the Bulgarian Edition of Foreign Policy; Dmitry Galkovsky, a renowned philosopher and publicist; John Laughland, Director of Studies at the Institute of Democracy and Cooperation in Paris; Ahmet Evin, the founding dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Sabanci University in Istanbul; Shamil Sultanov, the President for the Strategic Studies Centre: Russia – Muslim World; Soli Ozel, Professor at the Istanbul Bilgi University; Olga Malinova, President Emeritus of the Russian Political Science Association, etc.
RUSSIA, TURKEY, AND THE ‘RETIRED POWER’
A DUAL IDENTITY IS AN ADVANTAGE
PROSPECTS FOR THE EUROPEAN NON WEST
NON-EUROPEAN WEST, NON-WESTERN EUROPE
ROMANTIC TRIANGLE: RUSSIA, TURKEY, AND THE EU
FROM CONFLICT TO CO-OPERATION
TURKEY’S DELICATE GAME
‘EUROPE’ AND ‘WEST’: SHIFTING IDENTITIES
RUSSIA AND TURKEY IS JUST NON-EUROPE
Joel J. Sprayregen
TURKEY IS NOT EUROPE
THE PRAGMATIC FRIENDLINESS
ARE RUSSIANS TRULY EUROPEANS?
OUTCOME OF STRATEGIC CHOICE
HATE STEMS FROM THE MIDDLE CLASS