Nato in a spot after Erdogan’s Syria offensive
Ankara’s relationship with the western world has the risk of going further downhill
By Mustapha Karkouti, Special to Gulf News
Cracks in Ankara’s relations with other Nato members, particularly the US Administration, are increasingly isolating President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. They are also dangerously threatening to erode Turkey’s role as a reliable buffer zone between the European Union region and an unstable Middle East.
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