Explaining the fate of the 'genocide resolution'

Nov 12, 2007 Full story: Turkish Daily News

“The resolution has been around forever, it's one of the reasons we formed the Turkish caucus in Congress”

The past few weeks have shown a dramatic turn around in one of the most contentious issues facing American-Turkish relations: the so-called Armenian Genocide resolution. via Turkish Daily News

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Delray voter

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#1 Nov 12, 2007
Robert Wexler spouting the Turkish threat to U.S.relations used black mail to stop the genocide resolution. Unfortunately black mail works. Wexler and his people use it all the time. Time to throw the "mafia" mentality out of office. Turkey also needs to stop acting like thugs and join the civilized world.I am not impressed with their lukewarm support of U.S. policy. The anti american propaganda in Turkey appears government led.

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