Iraq and Turkey Study in political Relations 1980-1988
Hameed Abo Lool Chibchab
Iraq and Turkey are two countries linked by historical, cultural, and economic ties. The two countries have sought to develop their relationship since the Turkish recognition of Iraq in 1927, based on their common interests, especially since these two countries are linked to common borders and common issues, such as water, the Kurds, Turkmen, and finally oil. The existing relations between Iraq and Turkey are governed by a number of historical, economic, and cultural factors arising from the overlap of bilateral interests between the two countries. This study on Iraqi-Turkish political relations from 1980-1988 came with a hierarchical structure from the introduction and preamble and three topics dealing with preparation for the historical successor to Iraqi-Turkish relations, the first topic is the 1980 coup in Turkey led by Canaan Evren and the Iraqi government's position on it and the second topic Turkey’s position on the 1980 Iraq-Iran war - 1988 and the third topic: the Kurdish issue in Turkey and Iraq's position on it. The conclusion came to contain a set of study results.
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 3
Keywords: Political relations, geographical location, Iraq, Turkey, the Kurds, coups, wars, Iran