Otras Noticias

Tips Femeninos | movie Operation Underground Railroad falling vice//
The Major Beneficiary Of The Afghanistan Crisis

Operation Underground Railroad Movie
The Major Beneficiary Of The Afghanistan Crisis

The question is whether Erdogan can build on these efforts to normalize relations with the West and the Gulf. With the situation in Afghanistan deteriorating, the Turkish president is in a strong position to do so.Operation Underground Railroad O. U. R.

By Global Risk Insights

More Top Reads From Oilprice.com:

3 Bearish Catalysts For Oil This Fall

Why Hedge Funds Are Turning Bullish On Oil Again

The Major Problem With EVs No One Is Talking About Download The Free Oilprice App Today.Operation Underground Railroad Tim Ballard

Home Oil Prices Rig Count Energy Energy-General Oil Prices Crude Oil Heating Oil Gas Prices Natural Gas Coal Company News Interviews Alternative Energy Nuclear Power Solar Energy Hydroelectric Renewable Energy Geothermal Energy Wind Power Fuel Cells Tidal Energy Biofuels Environment Global Warming Oil Spills Geopolitics Africa Asia Europe Indonesia International Middle East North America South America Video Breaking News Premium Articles Community Trade Now My Account Latest Discussions Energy General Oil Stocks & Prices Other Energy Topics Trade Now Get Exclusive Intel All Prices OPEC Blends Canadian Blends U.S. Blends WTI Crude • 10 mins 72.47 +2.01 +2.85% Brent Crude • 10 mins 75.44 +1.84 +2.50% Natural Gas • 10 mins 5.361 +0.101 +1.92% Heating Oil • 10 mins 2.208 +0.046 +2.15% Gasoline • 10 mins 2.216 +0.043 +1.98% Louisiana Light • 1 day 72.23 -0.06 -0.08% Start Trading CFDs Over 2,200 Different Instruments Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices Louisiana Light • 1 day 72.23 -0.06 -0.08% Bonny Light • 1 day 72.15 +0.15 +0.21% Opec Basket • 1 day 73.29 +1.31 +1.82% Mars US • 15 hours 71.21 +0.01 +0.01% Gasoline • 10 mins 2.216 +0.043 +1.98% Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices

Start Trading CFDs Over 2,200 Different Instruments

Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices

Marine • 1 day 72.10 +0.50 +0.70% Murban • 1 day 73.08 +0.57 +0.79% Iran Heavy • 1 day 68.35 +0.27 +0.40% Basra Light • 1 day 73.69 -0.04 -0.05% Saharan Blend • 1 day 73.21 +0.22 +0.30% Bonny Light • 1 day 72.15 +0.15 +0.21% Start Trading CFDs Over 2,200 Different Instruments Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices Bonny Light • 1 day 72.15 +0.15 +0.21% Girassol • 1 day 72.63 +0.13 +0.18% Opec Basket • 1 day 73.29 +1.31 +1.82% Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices

Start Trading CFDs Over 2,200 Different Instruments

Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices

Canadian Crude Index • 15 days 56.23 -0.47 -0.83% Western Canadian Select • 11 hours 58.46 -0.29 -0.49% Canadian Condensate • 11 hours 69.46 +0.01 +0.01% Premium Synthetic • 11 hours 70.86 +0.01 +0.01% Sweet Crude • 11 hours 67.51 +0.16 +0.24% Peace Sour • 11 hours 65.96 +0.01 +0.02% Start Trading CFDs Over 2,200 Different Instruments Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices Peace Sour • 11 hours 65.96 +0.01 +0.02% Light Sour Blend • 11 hours 67.31 +0.01 +0.01% Syncrude Sweet Premium • 11 hours 69.06 +0.01 +0.01% Central Alberta • 11 hours 66.06 +0.01 +0.02% Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices

Start Trading CFDs Over 2,200 Different Instruments

Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices

Louisiana Light • 1 day 72.23 -0.06 -0.08% Domestic Swt. @ Cushing • 1 day 67.00 +0.00 +0.00% Giddings • 1 day 60.75 +0.00 +0.00% ANS West Coast • 2 days 73.78 +0.81 +1.11% West Texas Sour • 1 day 64.41 +0.74 +1.16% Eagle Ford • 1 day 68.36 +0.74 +1.09% Start Trading CFDs Over 2,200 Different Instruments Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices Eagle Ford • 1 day 68.36 +0.74 +1.09% Oklahoma Sweet • 1 day 67.00 +0.00 +0.00% Kansas Common • 1 day 60.75 +0.00 +0.00% Buena Vista • 1 day 75.90 +0.74 +0.98% Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices

Start Trading CFDs Over 2,200 Different Instruments

Click Here for 150+ Global Oil Prices

1D 1M 3M 1Y All Charts Products Discussion Headlines 25 mins Lawmakers Make Last-Ditch Effort To Undo Nord Stream 2 Sanction Waiver 1 hour China Refinery Runs Fell To 15-Month Low In August 3 hours Oil Prices And Natural Gas Prices Jump On Supply Fears 19 hours China’s Government May Be Selling Oil, But Its Refiners Are Desperate To Buy 20 hours Oil Prices Rise On Large Crude Inventory Draw 21 hours IEA: Oil Supply Losses From Hurricane Ida Reach 30 Million Barrels 22 hours Are ETF Investors Too Optimistic About Electrification? 23 hours California’s Top Oil Producing County Sues Governor Newsom 1 day China To Auction First 7.4 Million Barrels Of Oil From SPR 1 day Europe’s Energy Crisis Worsens As Wind Stops Blowing 2 days U.S. Gasoline Prices Hit 7-Year High 2 days Nord Stream 2 In Limbo As Germany Prepares To Decide On Key License 2 days Gasoline Or Electric: Which Is The Best Car For A Road Trip? 2 days UN Atomic Watchdog Urges Iran To Come Clean On Uranium Enrichment Program 2 days Wells Fargo Back In The Scandal Spotlight Following $250 Million Fine 2 days Covid Losses Force Industrial Heavyweights To Sell Stakes In Aviation Giant 2 days OPEC+ Raises Oil Production But Remains Compliant 2 days Is Toyota Pivoting Away From Hydrogen Fuel Cells? 2 days China’s Heavy-Handed Solution To The Semiconductor Shortage 2 days Nickel Prices Continue To Rise 2 days What Norway’s Elections Mean For Its Oil And Gas Industry 2 days A New Storm Is Barreling Towards Texas Oil Terminals 5 days 66% Of Gulf Of Mexico Oil Production Still Offline On Friday 5 days Two Libyan Ports Resume Operations After Protests Stopped Oil Loading 5 days Protests Break Out in Europe As Electricity Prices Soar 5 days Will Private Equity Revive Venezuela’s Troubled Oil Sector? 5 days Gazprom Completes Construction Of Nord Stream 2 Gas Pipeline 5 days Democrat Clean Energy Program Doesn’t Include Natural Gas 6 days Biden To Shift FERC Balance To Democrats 6 days Exxon Makes 20th Significant Crude Discovery Off Guyana 6 days Study: World Must Keep Most Fossil Fuels In The Ground To Achieve Climate Goals 6 days New York To Phase Out New Gasoline Car Sales By 2035  6 days UK Power Prices Soar To Records On High Gas Price, Lack Of Wind 6 days U.S. Imports Of Russian Oil Expected To Soar After Hurricane Ida 6 days Oil Companies Need To Plan For 50% Output Cuts: Carbon Tracker 7 days Oil Holds Firm On Small Crude Inventory Draw 7 days EIA Sees Not Much In The Way Of U.S. Oil Production Gains 7 days Protests Stop Tanker From Loading At Libya’s Largest Oil Terminal 7 days U.S. Gas Producers Prefer More Regulation To Methane Tax 7 days Biden To Announce Target Of 45% Solar-Powered Electricity By 2050 3 minutes Will Iron-Air batteries REALLY change things? 7 minutes Natural gas mobility for heavy duty trucks 11 minutes NordStream2 2 hours GREEN NEW DEAL = BLIZZARD OF LIES 17 hours U.S. Presidential Elections Status – Electoral Votes 1 day Los Angeles to Open Five New Natural Gas Plants to Avoid More Outages. 2 hours Monday 9/13 – «High Natural Gas Prices Today Will Send U.S. Production Soaring Next Year» by Irina Slav 16 hours The unexpected loss of output from wind turbines compels UK to turn to an alternative; It’s not what you think! 11 hours And now, hybrid electric locomotives… 3 days Ozone layer destruction driving global warming 4 days China Sees Opportunity As Venezuela’s Oil Industry Hits Rock Bottom Sell Buy Sell Buy Sell Buy Sell Buy Sell Buy Breaking News: Lawmakers Make Last-Ditch Effort To Undo Nord Stream 2 Sanction Waiver

Find us on:

Saudi Arabia On Edge As The U.S. Withdraws From The Middle East The chaotic withdrawal of the…

Half A Million Texans Without Power As Hurricane Nicholas Slams The Coast Much of Texas’ coastline is…

Oil Prices Climb On Shocking OPEC Report Oil prices climbed on Monday…

Home Energy Energy-General Global Risk Insights

GlobalRiskInsights.com provides the web’s best political risk analysis for businesses and investors. Our contributors are some of the brightest minds in economics, politics, finance, and…

More Info

Share Facebook Twitter Linkedin Reddit Premium Content The Major Beneficiary Of The Afghanistan Crisis By Global Risk Insights – Sep 15, 2021, 12:00 PM CDT Join Our Community Assertive Foreign Policy proves Costly It is clear that the post-Cold War order is shifting. The costly wars of Afghanistan and Iraq are calling into question the pre-eminence of the United States in international security affairs. Russia shows no fear to act outside its borders and China is in a good position to become the world’s largest economy. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, eyes an opportunity to cement his grip on power by transforming Turkey into a key regional player in the emerging multipolar system.

Operation Underground Railroad

The instability following the Arab Spring in 2011 provided Erdogan with a regional environment where he could tap into Turkish nationalist sentiments and shore up his domestic political standing. Following his intervention in northeastern Syria, Erdogan successfully negotiated an agreement with Russia on removing Kurdish fighters along the southern Turkish border. Similarly, in Libya, Ankara became a key mediator by facilitating a long-term peace settlement with Moscow. Turning to the issue of Cypriot energy resources, the Turkish backing of the UN-sanctioned Government of National Accord (GNA) in Tripoli placed Ankara in a strong position to determine maritime boundary demarcation.

Operation Underground Railroad USA

However, while securing geopolitical gains, Turkey’s assertive maneuvers have put it at risk of isolation. A regional group led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has also been competing for influence since the 2011 uprisings. With Turkey breaking off diplomatic relations with Egypt after Abdel Fattah el-Sisi removed Mohammed Morsi in 2013, Ankara and the Saudi-Emirati-led bloc have been locked in a rivalry. Tensions have since escalated following Turkey’s backing of Qatar in the Gulf dispute and its intervention in Libya. As for the West, Turkish involvement in the conflict in Syria led to a deterioration in relations with the US while the issue over Cyprus resulted in EU sanctions .

Operation Underground Railroad EEUU

Afghanistan Crisis offers a New Strategic Opportunity for Erdogan

Despite the risk of isolation causing problems for Erdogan, the crisis in Afghanistan adds a new regional dynamic where Ankara may acquire leverage.

Operation Underground Railroad Estados Unidos

The decision to maintain Turkey’s diplomatic presence in Afghanistan enables Erdogan to address US security concerns. Following the NATO summit this year, the respective Turkish and US defense ministries held positive talks on securing Hamid Karzai International Airport following the US withdrawal. Erdogan’s initiative to discuss with the Taliban the future security of the airport represents a significant step towards mending Turkish-US relations. In holding such talks , Turkey is in a position to facilitate the objective of the Biden administration to ensure that the supply of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan remains. Related: Record-Breaking Energy Prices Could Soar Even Higher In Europe Turkey’s continued commitment in Afghanistan also allows Ankara the chance to revive the important role it plays with the European Union. Ankara has been a key partner for Brussels in the management of irregular migration into Europe. Despite recent tensions, the risk of a refugee influx as a result of the Afghan crisis means that Brussels is under pressure to revisit its 2016 agreement on migration with Ankara. Taking full advantage of this, Erdogan warned the EU in a televised address that his country has ‘no duty, responsibility, or obligation to be Europe’s refugee house.’

In the Middle East, Iran’s influence puts Ankara in a good position to reduce tensions. Tehran made moves to step up its presence in Afghanistan prior to the NATO withdrawal in August. This comes amid the Gulf states’ efforts to alleviate tensions with the Islamic Republic. The Gulf Cooperation Council lifted the blockade on Qatar, which served to heal the rift in relations as a result of the UAE-Israel agreement . Since the Biden administration plans to restore the Iran nuclear deal, Saudi Arabia hopes that this soft stance will fuel positive relations with Washington. Meanwhile, Riyadh may have to look to Turkey to counter Iran in Afghanistan.  

Can Turkey Maintain Regional Influence without Causing Tensions?  

Turkey is facing the risk of isolation. Relations between Ankara and the regional bloc under Saudi Arabia and the UAE have struggled to advance positively since the Arab Spring. Although Erdogan’s assertive foreign policy in Libya and in Syria shored up his domestic political standing, it has alienated Riyadh and Abu Dhabi. Turkish unilateralism abroad has also led to a rift in its relationships with Washington and Brussels.

Operation Underground Railroad United States of America

Related: China‘s Historic Decision To Stop Hoarding Oil

Nonetheless, the crisis in Afghanistan has forced a geopolitical recalculation that heightens Turkey’s strategic regional importance. The continuation of a Turkish diplomatic presence in Afghanistan means that it would be in EU and US interests to work with Ankara to stabilize the region. Despite the purchase of an S-400 missile system from Russia remaining a source of tension in US-Turkey relations, Washington may welcome Turkey’s stabilizing role in Afghanistan. Moreover, Turkish coordination of efforts on the crisis with Pakistan means that Ankara plays a key role in responding to Chinese influence in Central Asia. The EU, for its part, views the involvement of third countries, primarily Turkey, as key to regional security.

Operation Underground Railroad OUR

As for the Gulf states, the challenge Iran poses in Afghanistan means that Turkey is well-placed to improve its relationship with Saudi Arabia. Despite the risk of further isolation as a result of Turkish engagement with the Taliban, the current political environment in the region favors a reset. The end to the blockade on Qatar removes a key barrier to rebuilding Turkish-Saudi relations. Riyadh’s ally, Egypt, has also expressed a willingness to reach a compromise with Turkey over gas quotas in the Eastern Mediterranean. Lastly, in the summer, the UAE made moves to re-engage with Turkey after its economy took a hit as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.Operation Underground Railroad O.U.R.

The question is whether Erdogan can build on these efforts to normalize relations with the West and the Gulf. With the situation in Afghanistan deteriorating, the Turkish president is in a strong position to do so.Operation Underground Railroad O. U. R.

By Global Risk Insights

More Top Reads From Oilprice.com:

3 Bearish Catalysts For Oil This Fall

Why Hedge Funds Are Turning Bullish On Oil Again

The Major Problem With EVs No One Is Talking About Download The Free Oilprice App Today.Operation Underground Railroad Tim Ballard

Más de tips Femeninos