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Middle East Scholar Arzu Yilmaz says limits of Turkish military activity in Iraq are mostly set by Iran
On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti and Amberin Zaman, an Al-Monitor Podcast
Middle East scholar Arzu Yilmaz says limits of Turkish military activity in Iraq are mostly set by Iran
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Middle East scholar Arzu Yilmaz argues that Iran has made irreversible gains in Iraq, allowing it to more or less dictate the limits of Turkish intervention in Iraq. Turkey is free to operate against the Kurdistan Workers Party in Iraqi Kurdistan, but territories such as Sinjar that are disputed between Baghdad and the Iraqi Kurds are a red line.
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