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Does Turkey still Belong to Nato? They have been a valuable Ally.

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Submitted by Anne- USA (United States), Apr 9, 2009 at 11:02

I also feel Obama has sent the wrong signals to Turkey. I think we may be in trouble at some point from his lack of experience in foreign policy. Many Americans are suspicious of his intentions and allegiance to the Islamic world. Time will tell whether Turkey is separating from NATO and will allow the US to use its bases, which are in a strategic Area for the United States in the Middle East.

Jose Maria Aznar is totally correct about the heightened threat of Islamic Jihadism to Nato, and every nation in the future.

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