"Athens appears to be filling the void left by Turkey’s gradual estrangement from America and the West"
It would be a retaliatory move against potential sanctions by the US
I think that Turkey’s case should push NATO to put in place a long-overdue system for handling a member no longer acting in accordance with NATO values
"Turkey has been a thorn in the side of the United States for the last half decade"
US raid evaded Turkey’s Incirlik base...
Is there a role for Greece here?
A US State Department official pointed out that Turkey agreed to never acquire nuclear weapons by signing the non-proliferation treaty
The B61-12 and the connection with Turkey's F-35s
The academics also say that B-61 nuclear weapons at İncirlik need to be modernized in the foreseeable future
Nuclear weapons in Greece's neighborhood