U.S.-Turkey Tensions Raise Fears Over Future Of Nuclear Weapons Near Syria

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US-Turkish Relations


Taking nuclear weapons out of Turkey would cause NATO a significant headache. "I could imagine NATO nuclear planners working overtime to work this one out," Plant noted. "If they were to move, there would be some gap that would need to be addressed in some way. And the alliance as a whole could decide that it could tolerate that, that's possible as possible. Or it could decide to move things around in some way."