Cold Turkey

August 1975
National Review;8/29/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 33, p923
Reports on the dispute between the U.S. and Turkey over the use of U.S.-supplied arms by Turkey against Cyprus. Efforts of Greek Americans to put pressure on the U.S. Congress to maintain the arms ban on Turkey; Intentions of the pacifist-minded U.S. Congressmen to ban arms to an aggressor country through the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); Decision taken by the Turkish government to shut down all the two dozen military installations on its territory except for the NATO air base at Incircli where U.S. aircraft capable of carrying nuclear bombs are stationed.


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