Union of Turkish World Municipalities (TDBB) published book composed of the texts of the reports presented at the symposium titled “Russia & Turkey – Bilateral Relations in International Context” which was organized by Istanbul University and Lomonosov Moscow State University and supported by TDBB on 19-20 October 2018 in Moscow.

Historical Research Center of the Faculty of Literature of Istanbul University and Center for Political Science and International Relations of Istanbul University and Faculty of Public Administration of Lomonosov Moscow State University cooperatively organized a symposium “Bilateral relations between Turkey and Russia in the international context” held in Moscow in order to discuss relations between Turkey and Russia at the international level on 19-20 October 2018. Specialists from both Turkey and Russia took part in the symposium. Union of Turkish World Municipalities (TDBB) supported the symposium in the process of preparation period.

This symposium discussed the Turkey-Russia relations in a timeline from the mid-19th century to the present days in political, social, cultural and economic aspects. In addition, a ground was created in order to discuss the issue in an international context by analyzing international factors that directly or indirectly affect the relations between the two countries.

To assess accurately the annals and the process that arose after these historical events can only be possible by studying and analyzing approaches of the problem from the point of views of the both parties. The book of the texts of the symposium which was held in Moscow on 19-20 October 2018 named “Rusya&Türkiye: Uluslararası Bağlamda İkili İlişkiler / Russia & Turkey – Bilateral Relations in International Context” was published by TDBB. This study aims to examine the relations between Turkey and Russia in the international context. The book access is available on the TDBB website:

http://www.tdbb.org.tr/tdbb/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Russia-Turkey-International-Relations-internet-icin.pdf

09.10.2020