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Turkey, the US and Iraq.


Turkey, the US and Iraq.

Hale, William.

Saqi Books


198 pages



SOAS Middle East series


Hale (formerly of the school of Oriental and African Studies, U. of London, UK) analyzes the foreign policy of Turkey as it has sought to balance its long-standing alliance with the United States and membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization with its interests concerning its neighbor, Iraq. While Hale's prime goal is to analyze the split that occurred between the US and Turkey over the American invasion of, the narrative traces these triangular relations from the 1920's onwards. Published in association with the London Middle East Institute at the School of Oriental and African Studies, UK, and distributed in the US by Consortium.

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Date:Nov 1, 2007
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