Athens braces for Erdogan bargaining at NATO summit

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: NATO, Russia, Turkey

The annual NATO summit due to begin on Tuesday in Madrid comes at a critical time in the alliance's 73-year history.

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the proclamation of a united front is of utmost importance for the North Atlantic Alliance. Turkey, however, is challenging this aim. Ankara is not blocking Finland and Sweden’s inclusion in NATO but it may raise ...

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