The Political Discourse and Its Impact on the Iraqi-Turkish Relations (2003-2019)

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Ahmed Majeed Jassim Muhammed

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The political rhetoric was clearly reflected in the bilateral relations between Iraq and Turkey after 2003. Turkey found in the process of change of the Iraqi political system carried out by the United States of America an opportunity for opening up to Iraq, The government of (Nuri al-Maliki) the first and second, although the two countries signed many bilateral agreements during that period, but they were not fully implemented, the Iraqi political discourse witnessed a positive change towards Turkey with (Haidar al-Abadi) assuming the premiership in the country, However, these relations were not long ago until it returned to the crisis due to the Turkish agendas in Iraq, considered the Turkish government to take (Adel Abdul Mahdi) Iraqi Prime Minister a new opportunity to rebuild new relations based on a balanced and rational speech.

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A. M. J. . Muhammed, “The Political Discourse and Its Impact on the Iraqi-Turkish Relations (2003-2019)”, JUBH, vol. 29, no. 7, pp. 20-36, Jul. 2021.
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