The September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon caused a major shift in the foreign policy objectives of President George W. Bush. Many nations enlisted in the war on terrorism, but how would any U.S. action against Iraq be perceived by such allies as Turkey and Uzbekistan? Joining Sarah McConnell to explore this topic are international political scholar Joe Scolnick (University of Virginia-Wise), who is writing a book on modern life in Turkey, and Stephen Bowers (James Madison University), the Director of the William R. Nelson Institute for Public Affairs.
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