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During the Cold War international relations, Turkey had a place, suited to its interests and policies, and could contribute to world peace effectively. The author points out that the relationship between Turkey and the US has been indexed to military relations for far too long and the US has not taken the time to understand Turkey on a multi-dimensional plane.

 

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