Exactly my point, Leandro. Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria have the most to lose -- in that order. While Iraq would lose the most real estate (the Kurds already run their own semi-autonomous state in the north), Iran and Turkey would lose their common border, substantial territory and much regional respect. The Azeris and Armenians would either remain neutral or support the Kurds. If Turkey makes a significant move against the Kurds outside their borders contrary to NATO advice, then its alliance partners will likely regard the negative outcome of such a Turkish foray as the cost of its own misadventure.
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