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CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF TURKEY'S OUT-OF-WAR POSITION IN THE IRAQ WAR OF 2003
This artiele examines Turkey's 'position' in the Iraq war of 2003 by focusing on a very important decision made by the Turkish Grand National Assembly on i March 2003. It argues that the decision was a product of several factors and pressures, producing both pasitive and negative consequences for Turkey. Its most important pasitive consequence is that the TGNA showed its influence over Turkish foreign policy making for the first time since the i970s. However, it 'also generated some strategicdoi:10.1501/intrel_0000000103 fatcat:ubkwqlfpynfbfep7ubqxbpbueq