Dr. Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak
Expert on modern TurkeyEmail: email@example.com
Dr. Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak is an expert on contemporary Turkish politics and foreign policy, Turkish-Israeli relations, and the Kurds. He is co-editor of Turkeyscope, a publication of the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies at Tel Aviv University.
Expert on modern Turkey
Is Yemen Turkey’s Next Stop after Libya?
Ankara's military interventions in Iraq, Syria and Libya as well as its growing presence in the eastern Mediterranean constitutes a radical change in Turkish foreign policy. Its recent success in Libya demonstrates Ankara’s regional heft. Turkey’s next intervention is probably in Yemen.
Turkey and Israel Inch Closer Toward Reconciliation
Dr. Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak: There won’t be any major steps forward until the “crystallization” of the results of next month’s Israeli elections.
Israel still cool to gestures from Turkey
Dr. Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak: The Abraham Accords changed the geopolitical set-up in the region, and Israel is no longer the Middle East isolated state it used to be. Turkey must come to terms with this new situation.
In first, Saudi paper prints op-ed by Israelis - on Erdogan's private militias
Fellows at Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security pen analysis of Turkish leader's proxy armies, based on joint research with a UAE think tank.
Les milices privées reniables d’Erdoğan déstabilisent le Moyen-Orient
Leur rôle est de faire avancer son grand plan de rétablissement de pouvoir sur d’anciens territoires de l’empire ottoman, allant des territoires palestiniens, à la Syrie en passant par le Caucase et aussi loin que le Cachemire, selon certains rapports.
Getting inside Erdogan's head
Dr. Hay Eitan Cohen Yanarocak: The Turks are afraid of harsher American sanctions and they want help from the Israeli and Jewish lobbies, which they see as having a lot of sway in Washington. Their assumption is that renormalization with Israel will be a trust-building step for Washington, a kind of proof of good behavior.
Arabs states draw closer to Israel to counter non-Arab powers Turkey and Iran
Dr. Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak: Almost in every theater, Turkey, Qatar and Hamas are challenging the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.
Erdogan: 'Jerusalem is our city, a city from us'
Dr. Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak: When Erdoğan lashes out, whether it be against Armenia, via military assistance to Azerbaijan, against Greece or by verbal attacks on Israel, we know that he is talking to his electoral base.