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Turkey and Israel Are Friends Again. But How Long Will It Last?

Reconciled, but for how long? Here is some relationship advice for Israel and Turkey – on how to avoid being swept back again into a familiar pattern of crisis, rancor and recriminations

Louis Fishman
Louis Fishman
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Almost six months since Israeli president Isaac Herzog visited his counterpart Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, the two countries have reached an agreement renewing full diplomatic ties, which includes the reinstatement of their respective ambassadors.

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