The Trump Administration’s decision to directly arm Kurds fighting ISIS in Syria is a slap in the face to Turkey, which fears that a Kurdish victory in Syria’s north will create a Kurdish corridor stretching from the Kurdish-ruled zone of northern Iraq all the way across Syria to the Mediterranean, and act as a magnet for Kurdish separates in Turkey’s Southeast on its border with Iraq and Syria.
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