Saturday, July 15, 2017

One Year Later, Turkey's Coup That Wasn't Yields Strained Relations with Europe and the U.S. - Breitbart

One Year Later, Turkey's Coup That Wasn't Yields Strained Relations with Europe and the U.S. - Breitbart: On the one-year anniversary of the failed coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, it is clear that deteriorating relations with Europe and the United States are part of its legacy.

On the Turkish side, these tensions are exacerbated by a sense that Turkey’s NATO allies did not do enough to support Erdogan during and after the coup. Turkey’s ambassador to the United States said on Wednesday this lack of immediate total support was “the greatest disappointment I have ever suffered,” and expressed outrage that the U.S. State Department effectively told Ankara to exercise restraint in dealing with terrorists.

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