This article addresses two broad questions. First, whether the Turkish government, by its 1974 invasion and occupation of over a third of Cyprus using American-supplied arms, violated United States laws, bilateral agreements between Turkey and the United States under those laws, and any international charters, treaties and conventions. Second, whether the government of the United States, through the actions of Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, violated its own laws in connection with Turkey's invasion and occupation of Cyprus. The last section of the article briefly discusses a future course of action.





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