Turkey’s Central Position in the Current Eurasian Energy Geopolitics

Sina Kısacık, Furkan Kaya


Since the beginning of history, accessing to energy resources in a safe and uninterrupted way has been the central concern of people. States have been struggling for this in order to ensure their systems’ sustainability. After the discovery of huge amount of oil and natural gas resources especially in the Eurasian region, big powers and regional states have developed comprehensive strategies for the drilling, operating as well as transporting these resources to the world’s energy hungry markets. Therefore, within this context, one should point out the vital roles of transit states. Especially since 1990s, Turkey has been coming into the agenda as one of critical energy transit routes within the milieu of Eurasian region.


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