International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Research Paper | Political Science | Turkey | Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022

Turkish Military Drones and Creating a Stronger Role for Turkish Foreign Policy in its Region

Abdelrahman Samar | Katman Filiz

Abstract: This paper explains how Turkish military drones have created a stronger role for Turkish foreign policy. In recent years, Turkey has been able to be one of the pioneers in the field of manufacturing military drones and has proven its success and ability to solve wars. The study analyzes the role of Turkish military drones in wars such as the Libyan war, how the battle for Turkey's ally was resolved in the reconciliation government, as well as the Armenian-Azerbaijani war, and how it gave preference to Azerbaijan in winning the war, and analyze its role in the Syrian war in Idlib province on the Turkish border in response to a Syrian attack backed by Russia It also analyzes the role of Turkish drones in its fight against the PKK.It aims to clarify and discover how Turkey has become a stronger role in foreign policy through military drones, since every country is trying to become the strongest and race to arm itself with modern weapons through which it can be in a position of sovereignty and power, as the Realists see politics as a struggle, and every country must not trust any other country, even if it is an ally. In terms of methodology, the study is qualitative and uses a case study where it is important to study the case of Turkey and its development in the field of military drones, and the research also uses historical analysis where it is important to know how technology helped in military development, and what are the beginnings of the use of military drones and how it has evolved over the years.

Keywords: Turkish Military Drones, Foreign Policy, Military Strategy, Realism Theory, Libya, Azerbaijan, Syria, PKK. Ukraine, Bayraktar, Russia

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022,

Pages: 304 - 317

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