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Fate of Our Kurdish Allies in Balance After Turkey Gives Way on NATO Expansion

Erdogan is demanding that Sweden and Finland stop supporting ‘terrorists’ such as the Kurdish Workers Party, but some see Ankara ‘going after Kurds in general.’

President Erdogan arrives for the NATO summit at Madrid June 29, 2022.

President Erdogan arrives for the NATO summit at Madrid June 29, 2022. AP/Paul White

BENNY AVNIIMAGE

07:05:51 pm

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BENNY AVNI

Benny Avni is a columnist who has published in the New York Post, WSJOpinion, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, Israel Radio, Ha’Aretz, and others. Once New York Sun, always New York Sun.

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