Parution ouvrage : "Russie, Iran, Turquie, quelle puissance s’imposera au Moyen-Orient ?"

Parution de l'ouvrage Turkey, Russia and Iran in the Middle East. Establishing a New Regional Order paru aux Editions Palgrave Macmillan dans la collection "The Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy".

  • 21/10/2021

Cet ouvrage collectif, co-dirigé par Bayram Balci (CERI-Sciences Po et IFEA-Istanbul) et Nicolas Monceau, a pour origine la tenue d'un colloque international co-organisé par l'IRM à l'Université de Bordeaux le 23 novembre 2018 en partenariat avec l'Institut Français d'Etudes Anatoliennes-Georges Dumézil (IFEA) d'Istanbul et l'Institut Montaigne (responsables scientifiques du colloque : Bayram Balci, chercheur CNRS au CERI-Sciences Po et directeur de l'IFEA-Georges Dumézil ; Nicolas Monceau, IRM, Université de Bordeaux ; Michel Duclos, conseiller géopolitique de l'Institut Montaigne et ancien ambassadeur de France en Syrie).

Ci-dessous une présentation synthétique de l'ouvrage ainsi que les liens de l'ouvrage sur le site de Palgrave et des entretiens sur le livre.

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Présentation de l'ouvrage  : The book highlights how Turkey, Russia and Iran's involvement in the Syrian crisis is a prelude to the establishment of a new order in the Middle East. It explores the complex relations between the three countries, which range from bilateral dialogue, over economic cooperation and energy links, to competition for markets and influence. It also investigates permanencies and changes of some of Turkey's, Russia's and Iran's global alliances.

This book explores the complexity of the Syrian question and its effects on the foreign policies of Russia, Iran, and Turkey. The Syrian crisis has had a major effect on the regional order in the Middle East. Syria has become a territory where the rivalry between Russia and Western powers is being played out, and with the West’s gradual withdrawal, the conflict will without a doubt have lasting effects locally and on the international order. This collection focuses on the effects of the Syrian crisis on the new governance of the Middle East region by three political regimes: Russia, Iran, and Turkey. Many articles and a number of books have been written on this conflict, which has lasted over ten years, but no publication has examined simultaneously and comparatively how these three states are participating in the shared management of the Syrian conflict.