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Tough Sanctions May Drive Turkey Into Russia’s Arms

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Norway suspended new applications for military export licenses to Turkey today. Norway is also reviewing all current licenses for Turkey for military and multi-use military export licenses.

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Turkey Is Cozying Up To China After F-35 Expulsion, Israelis Warn

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TEL AVIV: The expulsion of Turkey from the F-35 program could lead to closer relations for the NATO ally with China, a move likely to have far-reaching implications in the Middle East, Israeli national security experts say. There is no doubt that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will now strengthen relations with China, says Uzi Rabi,… Keep reading →

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Trump: Turkey Is Out of F-35 Program; Esper & Warren Battle In Senate

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A friendly Senate hearing heated up when Sen. Elizabeth Warren told Acting SecDef Esper “you should not be confirmed as Secretary of Defense.”

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Turkish S-400s Create ‘New Order’ In Mid East Airspace

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An Israeli expert said that the critical question is, where will the Turks deploy the Russian system. “If it is deployed near the border with Syria it may endanger air forces that will attack Iranian controlled militias in Iraq,” the Israeli source says.

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Will Trump Keep Turkey In F-35 Program? Washington Mum on Russian S-400 Delivery

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No one is talking at DoD, State or the White House about today’s delivery of the Russian weapon system. Is the president considering looking the other way?

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Iran: Israeli F-35s Rehearse Strikes As US Sends Troops — But Will Europe Flinch?

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Israeli experts fear that the Iranian attacks aim to drive a wedge between the US and Europe.

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US-Turkey Relations At Precipice; Turks Start S-400 Training

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The Pentagon appears to be ready to take further action in the long-running saga over Turkey and the F-35.

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Dunford: Leaders Mull First NATO Strategy In Decades

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Katie Wheelbarger, the acting assistant Defense secretary for international security affairs, said Thursday that “Russia’s great power status still remains largely aspirational.”

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House Dems Block Wall Funds, Slash Sub, But Add F-35s

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The House Dems launch the first salvo in what promises to be a long defense budget saga, and they are drawing lines that will be hard to cross.

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F-35 Production Hurt If Turkey Kicked Out Of Program: Vice Adm. Winter

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“We would see within 45 to 90 days an impact of the slowing down or stopping of those parts to the three production lines,” Vice Adm. Mat Winter told Congress.

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