In the Cold War era, precisely on February 18, 1952, Turkey officially joined as a member of The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Turkey’s strategic territory that stretches from the Asian continent to Europe has shaped Turkey’s national politics for centuries. This study aims to analyze Turkey’s foreign policy as a member of NATO in the era of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s leadership. This research method uses qualitative methods with research data from scientific articles and reports from official institutions. This study found that the strongest driving factor for Turkey’s foreign policy emerged in the Erdogan Era. The Turkish government has an effective strategy in responding to the development of its strategic environment.