Ukraine’s war and a new Eastern Mediterranean

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When Moscow launched its invasion of Ukraine, politicians in the Eastern Mediterranean feared what impact the war could have on their strategically important yet sensitive region. As a result, diplomatic moves have intensified. Turkey has been central to this, especially with the visit of Israel’s president to Ankara, which many observers saw as a turning point in the region. Turkish-Israeli relations had come to a halt after the Mavi Marmara incident in 2010 and have been strained over Turkey’s vocal support for the Palestinian cause internationally. In the years since, Ankara has not viewed …

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