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Should Turkey send troops to Cyprus to push the dispute more in its favor?

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  • Turkey Shouldn't Seek Benefits

    I do not believe Turkey should send troops into Cyprus to push the dispute more in its favor. I do not think Turkey should be looking to benefit or profit at all from this problem. As it is going, Russia seems to think they can handle the problem, which they shouldn't be involved either, but as the larger world power in that area of the world, I believe they are the ones who should try stop it.

  • Don't need troops

    I think that Turkey needs to be more diplomatic with Cyprus and less militaristic. It seems in this day and age that we try to solve every problem and influence people with military action. We need more diplomacy to solve our problems. Diplomacy will help to push the dispute in their favor.

  • Turkey should not send troops to Cyprus to push the dispute more in its favor.

    Turkey should not send troops to Cyprus to push the dispute more in its favor. They should not be sending troops in there and they should return to their own country. Sending troops in would just escalate the matter and cause another war with lots of casualties on their hands.

  • They should back off.

    No, Turkey should not send troops to Cyprus to push the dispute more in its favor, because the Cyprus people want to be left alone. Sending more troops would only escalae the matter. Turkey woul dbe better off to set up international relations discussions with the ethnic groups involved to try to reach a peaceful resolution.

  • Turkey should not send troops to Cyprus.

    Turkey should not send troops to Cyprus. The country should be able to determine its own fate on its own terms. Any intervention would be an interference into the country's affairs. The international community would not tolerate any such actions, and they would punish Turkey with penalties and sanctions for their actions.


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