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Erdogan’s last war


The sudden yet not unexpected Turkish military intervention in Syria has finally triggered dismay among world public opinion. What has changed compared to the past?

Kurdish protesters attend a demonstration against Turkey's military action in northeastern Syria, in Cologne, Germany, October 12, 2019. REUTERS/Thilo Schmuelgen

The sudden yet not unexpected Turkish military intervention in Syria has finally triggered dismay among world public opinion. What has changed compared to the past?

The latest encroachment by the Turkish army into Kurdish territory (the third in three years, across Iraq and Syria) has caught the eye of the international media and triggered dismay among world public opinion, which has unanimously and proactively condemned the sudden yet not unexpected military action ordered by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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