Israel and Turkey after Gaza

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One of the yet-to-be-determined aspects of the fallout from the Gaza War is the longterm damage to Israeli-Turkish relations. So far, there has been a lot of heated rhetoric, immediately followed by reminders that the two nations have solid and durable ties. As Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan put it at the height of the conflict, “I would like to remind those who call for Turkey to freeze ties withIsrael that we administer the Republic of Turkey, not a grocery market.” But now Israel seems to be signalling to Ankara what seems like a put-up-or-shut-up moment, with defense sources […]


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