A hugely unpopular war

Gorvett, Jon
November 2002
Middle East;Nov2002, Issue 328, p10
Focuses on the concerns of Turkish administration against the proposed military action of the U.S. against Iraq, as of November 2002. Relationship of Turkey with its neighbor Iraq; Likely impact of war in Iraq on Turkey's economy considering the situation during the 1991 Gulf War; Concerns of Ankara concerning the revival of conflict for a Kurdish state.


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