Israel, Turkey, & Rogue Incidents

Gabriel Mitchell explains the Mavi Marmara and the lesser-known Jussiyeh incident of 1982. He argues that Israel and Turkey's disagreements in both cases divide between public and private approaches to foreign policy and demonstrate how disagreements can be “disaggregated” from larger relationships under heated circumstances.

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