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The decline in U.S.-Turkish relations owes to a fundamental loss of trust.
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The U.S. and Turkey Go Their Separate Ways

Feb 25, 2018 | 18:11 GMT

It took the countries seven decades to build their strategic partnership. It could take them several more to undo the damage that the past few years have wrought.

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