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STRONG HORSE: Is Turkey ditching Saudi Arabia for Iran? Whether or not Turkey eventually “ditches…

STRONG HORSE: Is Turkey ditching Saudi Arabia for Iran? Whether or not Turkey eventually “ditches” the Saudis for Iran, it’s a near-certainty that Ankara will use Tehran’s nuclear weapons program as a justification for one of their own. Tom Lehrer, as usual, proves prescient.
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