Turkey questions the use of the İncirlik airbase by US and NATO forces, following the failure of the Alliance to back Ankara’s offensive in Syria.

In doing so, Ankara presents Washington with a flavour of what deal-making bilateral diplomacy may look like.
What do we get for İncirlik?
“We allowed not only the U.S. but also other countries’ jets to use İncirlik to jointly fight [ISIL],” Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said on Wednesday.

“What purpose are you serving if you do not provid...


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