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Apparently, while Michael Flynn was the National Security Advisor, Turkey wanted him to convince President Trump to abort an attack on the Syrian city of Raqqa, an ISIS stronghold. 

Let's put aside the Flynn/Trump component for the moment. My question concerns Turkish politics. Why is it not in Turkey's interests for such an attack to occur?

Apparently, while Michael Flynn was the National Security Advisor Turkey wanted him to convince President Trump to abort an attack on the Syrian city of Raqqa, an ISIS stronghold. Let's put aside the Flynn/Trump component for the moment. My question concerns Turkish politics. Why is it not in Turkey's interests for such an attack to occur?

Apparently, while Michael Flynn was the National Security Advisor, Turkey wanted him to convince President Trump to abort an attack on the Syrian city of Raqqa, an ISIS stronghold. 

Let's put aside the Flynn/Trump component for the moment. My question concerns Turkish politics. Why is it not in Turkey's interests for such an attack to occur?

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Apparently, while Michael Flynn was the NSA directorNational Security Advisor Turkey wanted him to convince President Trump to abort an attack on the Syrian city of Raqqa, an ISIS stronghold. Let's put aside the Flynn/Trump component for the moment. My question concerns Turkish politics. Why is it not in Turkey's interests for such an attack to occur?

Apparently, while Michael Flynn was the NSA director Turkey wanted him to convince President Trump to abort an attack on the Syrian city of Raqqa, an ISIS stronghold. Let's put aside the Flynn/Trump component for the moment. My question concerns Turkish politics. Why is it not in Turkey's interests for such an attack to occur?

Apparently, while Michael Flynn was the National Security Advisor Turkey wanted him to convince President Trump to abort an attack on the Syrian city of Raqqa, an ISIS stronghold. Let's put aside the Flynn/Trump component for the moment. My question concerns Turkish politics. Why is it not in Turkey's interests for such an attack to occur?

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Why didn't Turkey want the US to attack Raqqa?

Apparently, while Michael Flynn was the NSA director Turkey wanted him to convince President Trump to abort an attack on the Syrian city of Raqqa, an ISIS stronghold. Let's put aside the Flynn/Trump component for the moment. My question concerns Turkish politics. Why is it not in Turkey's interests for such an attack to occur?