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August 20, 2016

Ever since 

Turkey's failed coup in June, the relationship between the U.S and Turkey has become strained at best.  As NATO powers, even contentious ones, Turkey and the US have shared obligations.  Which have for all appearances now fallen apart.

While the U.S. did little to soothe the ego and temper of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in the days after June's failed coup attempt, the Turkish government did everything they could to provoke or engage a response from others in the International Community. Including  President Erdoğan's constant demand that the U.S. hand over Erdogan long time rival Fethullah Gülen, (the founder of the Gülen Movement) to Turkish prosecutors and police this week searching Incirlik air base under the guise of June's failed coup. Never mind the fact that during the recent inspection by Turkey no stone was left unturn...

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