Since Russian troops entered Syria in 2015, relationship in the West-Turkey-Russia triangle has attracted close attention of politicians and political observers specializing in international affairs. Recently, interactions between Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan have become one of the main topics of political analytics.
This interest is explained by the fact that for almost the entire history, Russia and Turkey were rivals and enemies, fighting wars involving other states, including Great Britain and France, as it happened in the Crimean war. However, in recent years Russia and Turkey have built relationships that in the eyes of the Western and even Russian political scientists and politicians, look unusual, strange, ambiguous, but at the same time, as many note with surprise, effective and bringing positive results for both Moscow and Ankara.
Unity of opposites or Modern political dialectics
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