Ali Cinar is a Senior Foreign Policy Expert and a 2019 Ellis Island Medal of Honor Recipient.
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After the attack carried out by Assad and his backers, all eyes are turned to the US. While some predict that the US will not support Turkey regarding the issue of Idlib, others think that this is a new opportunity for Turkey-US relations.
A new report published in the US has made alarming claims, but they seem divorced from reality.
The US sees the Idlib tensions as an opportunity to better relations with Turkey, but it won't move past rhetoric.
Turkey's partnership with NATO has been immensely beneficial to NATO.
Syria and Russia's assault on Idlib can trigger a domino effect of humanitarian and political catastrophes.
Turkish students in the US contribute greatly to the US and to Turkey, but the potential is far greater.
Despite the currently strained relationship, the two NATO allies are undoubtedly stronger together than they are apart.
European leaders are not doing enough to fight Daesh and other terror networks, overburdening Turkey.
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