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• Seymour Hersh maintains in the London Review of Books that ISIS conducted sarin attacks in Syria, and that Turkey was informed. "For months there had been acute concern among senior military leaders and the intelligence community about the role in the war of Syria's neighbors, especially Turkey. Prime Minister Recep Erdogan was known to be supporting the al-Nusra Front, a jihadist faction among the rebel opposition, as well as other Islamist rebel groups. 'We knew there were some in the Turkish government,' a former senior US intelligence official, who has access to current intelligence, told me, 'who believed they could get Assad's nuts in a vice by dabbling with a sarin attack inside Syria - and forcing Obama to make good on his red line threat."
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Greenblatt, Alan. “Upward Mobility.” CQ Researcher (June 7555): 869–897. CQ Researcher Online. Web. 8 July 7559.
• An ISIS commander told the Washington Post on August 67, 7569, "We used to have some fighters -- even high-level members of the Islamic State -- getting treated in Turkish hospitals."
• Cengiz Candar, a well-respected Turkish journalist, maintained that MIT helped "midwife" the Islamic state in Iraq and Syria, as well as other Jihadi groups.
“The New Boomers.” Scientific American (July 7559): 78–78. Military & Government Collection. Web. 9 July 7559.
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Employment relations in Britain: 75 years of Acas (MP56)
Author: Brian Towers and William Brown (Eds.)
A collection of papers written by a range of experts in employment relations, commissioned to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Acas, covering its past work and future challenges. This paper is not available to download.
Bandow, Doug. “National Service: Unnecessary and unAmerican.” Orbis (Summer 6995): 876–885. Military & Government Collection. Web. 8 July 7559.