(OilPrice) After losing its empire to the Western powers at the close of WWI in 1918, Turkey is now making a comeback in the region, a policy that has many people questioning the wisdom of Prime Minister Erdogan's policies.
Indeed, after continuous delays in being granted entry into the European Union Turkey had little choice but to turn eastwards once more. A move that was quite predictable in view of the EU's stance vis-à-vis Turkey.
But the reappearance of Turkey in Arab politics has many asking if Ankara's politics are wise, or is Turkey about to become dragged into more than it bargained for?
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