US congressional committee yesterday could have far-ranging implications for US policy in Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan.

Now faced with another “genocide” resolution in Washington, Turkey appears to have returned to the same strategy it has used in previous years, one that is informed by more than simply political concerns.

“Turkey will certainly feel impelled to take retaliatory action against the US, which will take the form of noncooperation in terms of Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan and possibly leading to restrictions on the use of strategic assets like the Incirlik air base – areas where there is important cooperation,” says Sinan Ülgen, chairman of the Center for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies (EDAM), an Istanbul think tank. SOURCE

With Obama saying that he could bring the Middle East Countries closer together with America we get this type non-sense coming from the White House and the Democrat control congress! Obama is over his head in Foreign Policy! He has no experience!

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3 comments on “US congressional committee yesterday could have far-ranging implications for US policy in Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan.

  1. Wait a minute. I thought that the whole world was going to love us when obama took office. What happened? Didn’t Turkey get that memo?

  2. Yes sir tarheeltalker, thats what those democrats said back in 2008 that Obama would bring all those allies that hate President Bush back loving the US. What a laugh!

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