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Turkey’s Dilemmas in the Middle East: the Kurdistan Regional Government and ISIS

... the masses in supporting the toppling of autocratic leaders in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Syria. Yet, it soon became clear that Turkey would have to make critical choices in the post-Arab Spring Middle East. These choices involved trade-offs between Turkey’s traditional foreign policy principles and adapting to the new realities in Syria and Iraq. Osman Orsal/Reuters Turkey is currently facing two inevitable challenges in its immediate neighborhood. First, because Iraq is increasingly returning to the brink of state ...


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