Erdogan’s victory in Turkey: setback for NATO, reinforcement for Putin?

The re-election of Recep Tayyip Erdogan as President of Turkey could be seen as a setback for NATO. Erdogan, being the leader of one of the largest armies in the alliance after the United States, contrasts with the anti-Putin attitude of other members due to his closeness to Russia. What does this mean for NATO at a key moment in Russia’s war in Ukraine?

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