From an article in today’s Anadolu News Agency which bemoans Ankara’s NATO allies not sufficiently supporting its invasions of Iraq and Syria to hunt down and murder alleged terrorists – though NATO has surely not done anything to thwart Turkey’s numerous wars from North Africa to the South Caucasus and several spots between.

Turkey seeks to position itself according to realities of emerging new world order

Meanwhile, Turkey fulfilled its NATO obligations and continued to be an essential member of the alliance by fulfilling its obligations such as sending F-16s to NATO’s Baltic Air Policing missions, contributing to forces in Afghanistan, Kosovo, and the Gulf of Aden, and agreeing to sell state-of-the-art Bayraktar UAVs to Poland, which is a NATO front state.