Turkish policy to wards the Iraq 1991- 2003


The research hypothesis is basic idea is that Turkish foreign policy is continuity and change at same time.. continued adherence to the highest interests of Turkey .. And change and the amendment is to adjust policies through a system of means and mechanisms highlight the pragmatic nature of the accounts of profit and advantage in how to build positions and minimize the negative impression on Turkey In light of this vision the Turkish foreign policy.after the end of cold war is to reconcile the regional affiliation of Turkey to the middle East and international alliance with the united states in particular and Europe in general . this policy and launched a rush Caucasus Islamic republies central Asia which are emerging after the soviet union callapse also Turkey involve in the second Culf war as a member of NATO to demonstrate its continuing role in the hunt for the new tasks in this ally .The Second GuIf War and its circumstances and the results made Turkey Key player and an integral part of a global role in the middle East through the factors of water and oil security and the Kurdish issue in northern Iraq and the emergence of a Kurdish issue in northern Iraq and the emergence of a Kurdish entity in which the nucleus directly affiect the situation of Turkey Goe- security the Political settlement between the Arabs and Israel.After the end of the second GuIf War and the acceprance of most Arab counrriesg the State of Israel and the lsigning of peace agreements between the parties involved in the conflict which allow Turkey overcome a lot of caution and sensitivity in its relations with the Arabs' which departed fore Turkey as an ally of Israel.