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Erdogan is a pragmatist, and will likely be looking to maximize both diplomatic and monetary rewards for the evidence he possesses, real or presumed.
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A gruesome murder bares world powers’ flawed policies.
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Turkey’s anger over possible Saudi role in Khashoggi disappearance rings hollow.
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