Baghdad-Ankara Relationship At Crossroads
Turkey’s emergence as a regional power is increasingly impacting on its neighbor’s internal power dynamics, in Iraq’s case exacerbating already-severe stresses between Baghdad and the autonomous Kurdish Regional Government (KRG), not to mention inter-Kurdish relations.
For all three protagonists – Turks, Federal Iraqis and Kurds – oil and gas lie at the heart of their strategies....
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