Roza Habibi, Akbar Mahdizadeh, Iran and Turkey: From Regional Competition to Trading Partnership, ILSHS Volume 24, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 24)
    The profound and accelerated developments of the region have paved the way for the role play of the regional actors. In this regard, the role of Iran and Turkey as two regional powers is clear and undeniable. Iran and Turkey are two major players of the region whose roles and limit of effectiveness differ and are sometimes complementary. The closeness of these two players creates a strong political, security and economic bloc in the Middle East. Upon emphasizing the ancient history and heritage of two great empires, the collaboration of Iran and Turkey is the best chance to compensate the past tensions and to obtain trade cooperation, stability and peace. As a result, the present research deals with the relations of the two countries.
    Cooperation, Middle East, Regional Competitors, Trading Partners