Can the frayed relationship between the United States and Turkey be repaired?
11:00 PM, Jan 14, 2009 • By JEFFREY AZARVA
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Washington can no longer countenance this situation. While Obama can help matters--enlisting Iraqi Kurdistan's support against the PKK would be a good start--he alone cannot solve them. The AKP must begin to tell it like it is and curb widespread anti-Americanism. Should it not, the answer to "Who lost Turkey?" will end up being far different from what the current narrative would have us believe.
Jeffrey Azarva is a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.
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