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Topic - Ozgur Ozdamar
Tens of thousands of Syrian refugees have crossed into Turkey, and thousands more are camped along the border, straining relations between the two Muslim nations and threatening a massive humanitarian crisis, international aid officials and regional analysts say.
"This could strain the relations in the near future between the two countries, depending on the magnitude of the refugee flow," Mr. Ozdamar said.
"If the refugee problem becomes bigger, Turkey will have to follow some policies that the Syrian government may not like," said Ozgur Ozdamar, a professor of international relations at Bilkent University in Ankara.