Tensions Between Greece and Turkey: The Underreported Story

By Scott Morgan
You have to admire Turkish President Erdogan for a certain level of Panache. He has been hiding his internal issues with a series of moves including sending Turkish Forces to the Syrian City of Afrin with the threat of a move towards Manbij and a potential confrontation with US Forces. His bullying of the Kurds within Turkey led to the aborted Independence Effort by Kurdistan and is now playing out in another theater.

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