Clinton pulls it off

January 2000
Middle East;Jan2000, Issue 297, p11
Reports on United States President Bill Clinton's visit to Turkey and his appearance at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Istanbul. Status of Turkey's relations with the US; Reason behind President Clinton's visit; Developments at the OSCE summit regarding oil and gas projects in the country and the US participation in the said projects.


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