Türkiye's reservations against Finland and Sweden's membership emanate from Ankara's long-standing frustration over Western tolerance and support for the PKK/YPG
The NATO allies need to make rational decisions to promote intra-alliance solidarity at the Madrid summit.
With his latest moves, Erdoğan is not starting a crisis but instead highlighting a framework for justice and a lasting alliance in Turkey’s relations with NATO, the U.S. and Greece
Considering Turkey’s geostrategic location and its military and political power, Western countries need to calculate the cost of alienating Ankara
Ankara's only condition is that Sweden, Finland and NATO members do not participate in campaigns that threaten Turkey's security, such as supporting PKK/YPG terrorists