Facing a dilemma

Gorvett, Jon
September 1998
Middle East;Sep98, Issue 282, p15
Discusses the relationship between the countries of Turkey and Jordon. History of this relationship; Why relations between Turkey and Jordan are being viewed with suspicion; Information on a series of meetings between top Turkish and Jordanian officials in May 1998; Assessment of Turkey's relationship with Israel.


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