"Athens appears to be filling the void left by Turkey’s gradual estrangement from America and the West"
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
"There are dangerous trends - they are all in plain sight. I would single out two. They are the disregard for international law and the militarization of world politics"
Turkey's regional adversaries, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Syria & Greece, might be tempted to launch their own nuclear weapons programs
A US State Department official pointed out that Turkey agreed to never acquire nuclear weapons by signing the non-proliferation treaty
Erdogan rushes to fulfill his secret nuclear weapons' dream
Turkey desperately wants its own nuclear missiles
Turkey’s first nuclear power plant Akkuyu is a joint Russian-Turkish project with Russian energy company Rosatom as the majority stakeholder
US senators from both parties want further details about recent approvals for companies to share nuclear energy information with Saudi Arabia
The Russian President said his country wanted to avoid confrontation but would not back down if provoked