December 28, 2011

Turkey's Fury and France's Folly

Amanda Paul, Today's Zaman

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Turkey wants to send the message to other countries not to copy the French, as the reaction will be severe. With the Arab Awakening still unfolding, requiring a unified front from Euro-Atlantic actors, Sarkozy's timing could hardly have been worse.

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TAGGED: Armenian Genocide, Armenia, Nicolas Sarkozy, France, Turkey

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