Núm. 33 (2022): Turquía: repertorios de cooperación y conflicto en el Mediterráneo oriental y la región MENA
Monográfico

Turquía y Arabia Saudí: frenemies en Oriente Medio. La relación entre potencias regionales en un contexto de rivalidad

David Hernández-Martínez
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Biografía
Portada del número 33 de la REIM
Publicado diciembre 19, 2022

Palabras clave:

Turquía, Arabia Saudí, Oriente Medio, Rivalidad, Frenemy
Cómo citar
Hernández-Martínez, D. (2022). Turquía y Arabia Saudí: frenemies en Oriente Medio. La relación entre potencias regionales en un contexto de rivalidad. Revista De Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos, (33), 144–168. https://doi.org/10.15366/reim2022.33.006

Resumen

Turquía y Arabia Saudí son dos de las grandes potencias de Oriente Medio. En las principales crisis y conflictos surgidos en la región en la últimos años, ambos países han asumido un papel destacado y determinante. Las políticas exteriores de Turquía y Arabia Saudí han tenido que adaptarse a un nuevo período caracterizado por la convulsión y la incertidumbre. Las estrategias desarrolladas por los dos Estados evidencian cierta incompatibilidad en la consecución de intereses y objetivos. Las relaciones bilaterales quedan marcadas por la rivalidad en distintos puntos del entorno, con dos acontecimientos relevantes: el bloqueo sobre Qatar en 2017 y el asesinato del periodista Jamal Khashoggi en 2018. El artículo analiza las relaciones entre Turquía y Arabia Saudí desde el marco conceptual de frenemy y en el período entre 2017-2021, donde priman tanto los espacios de tensión y confrontación, como los de cooperación entre los países.

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