Turkey Digs In Its Heels in Idlib

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Turkey Digs In Its Heels in Idlib

Ryan Bohl
Ryan Bohl
Middle East and North Africa Analyst, Stratfor

Turkish-backed Syrian fighters man an anti-aircraft gun in Saraqeb, in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib on Feb. 1, 2020. Turkey and Russia could be on a collision course in the province.

(OMAR HAJ KADOUR/AFP via Getty Images)

Ankara has no intention of abandoning its presence in the northwestern Syrian province — even if that drives a wedge between it and Russia….



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