TURKEY: 359 Million Advantages

In the twelve years since Turkey became a two-party nation, its Democrats and Republicans have quarreled savagely over every aspect of national policy save one—foreign affairs. Last week this time-honored truce was abruptly broken. The man who broke it was none other than ex-President Ismet Inonu, 73, successor to Turkey's late great Strongman Kemal Ataturk.

Inonu, leader of the opposition Republicans, was disturbed by the widespread reports that Premier Adnan Menderes was about to order his army into Iraq in the days immediately following the Baghdad revolt. Following the precept laid down by Ataturk, Inonu believes that it must be...

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