Tank’s report on Turkey as a humanitarian actor

In the recently published policy report ‘Turkey as a humanitarian actor: the critical cases of Somalia and Syria’, Pinar Tank (PRIO) analyses Turkish foreign policy within an emerging powers framework and studies the impact of Turkish humanitarian and peacebuilding agenda. Tank looks at the aspiring middle power’s humanitarian engagement in Somalia and Syria, and examines the dynamics behind the country’s commitments as a humanitarian actor. By comparing the two critical cases, she observes the cases as proactive versus reactive instances of humanitarian policy.

Read the policy report, published by the Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre (NOREF) here.