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Turkey's future is bright

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Submitted by Nazim Cairo (France), Mar 16, 2013 at 18:48

I don't think anyone is slow in understanding what Turkey represents - it is quite obvious that it represents development and strength, power and respect - clear and undisputed leader in this region. If someone thinks that Turkey be contained by a future alignment with Iran or some other proxies, better read G. Friedman's "Next hundred years". I think it is much more advisable to have 21st century Turkey as a friend rather than adversary, caress and protect it, rather than antagonize and attack it. All attacks will be futile. If Kurdish question was been amicably decided then Turkey can not be stopped, and that is why Erdogan will concentrate hard on Kurdish issue and disarmament of PKK.

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