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Turkey’s ambassador to the U.S. calls for an end to the Israeli blockade of Gaza and says Israel owes an apology to the Turkish nation. Strained relations between Turkey and Israel. Implications for the U.S. and stability in the Mideast.
- James Kitfield senior correspondent for National Journal.
- Steven Cook Hasib J. Sabbagh senior fellow for Middle Eastern studies, Council on Foreign Relations
- Omer Taspinar professor, national security strategy, U.S. National War College director of the Turkey project, Brookings Institution
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