How Do War And Politics Complement One Another In Turkey’s Syria Dilemma? – Analysis
October 29, 2019 Vincent Lofaso 0 Comments
By Vincent Lofaso
In the spring of 2011 when Syrians first took to the streets to demonstrate their grievances against the rule of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the secular opposition in Turkey had just turned to infighting and Erdogan’s ruling AK Party was riding a wave of populism that seemed unstoppable. Be that as it may, when Syrian refugees arrived in the thousands on Turkish soil, President Erdogan’s domestic plans were disturbed.
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