Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and then-US Vice President Joe Biden in 2014
On June 14, US President Joe Biden and Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will meet in Brussels on the sidelines of the NATO summit.
2:32: What should we expect from the first meeting between US President Biden and Turkish leader Erdoğan?
7:58: Where did Turkey lose ground with the US?
11:47: Is there an imbalance in the perception from Ankara and and the perception from Washington?
13:03: Does a “grand reset” in Turkey-US have to start with a unilateral gesture from Ankara?
17:10: Is a Turkey-US accommodation possible over Syria and the Kurdish issue?
24:16: Is the Biden Administration content to step back from the issue of Turkey’s claims in the Eastern Mediterranean?
27:57: Is the Erdoğan Government happy to put its interests behind those of the US over the Iran nuclear issue and sanctions?
32:49: To what extent is Ankara unsettled by the Biden Administration’s statement on the killing of Armenians during World War I?
38:39: Is it possible that a year from now there will be a Turkish Government with no Erdoğan in charge? Will this make a difference to US-Turkey relationship?
44:01: Do you think Biden will raise rights in his meeting with Erdoğan, including the situation of journalists and dissenters?