FY16 Annual Report: Turkey-US Strategic Dialogue (DRAFT)
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The strategic relationship that binds the United States and Turkey has endured over a half a century. Various regional challenges have tested this relationship, leading to periods of active cooperation and disagreement. Recent changes in Turkey’s domestic politics, as well as evolving regional conditions, have introduced new dynamics into American-Turkish relations. While Washington and Ankara remain committed to similar policies governing nuclear proliferation and non-proliferation, regional instability and domestic uncertainty have led to questions as to how nuclear issues will affect future relations between these two allies.
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