Artillery fire between Syria and Turkey has further raised the stakes, and NATO has pledged to defend its Turkish ally. NPR's Peter Kenyon, Joshua Landis of the University of Oklahoma, and Soner Cagaptay of The Washington Institute discuss the broader implications.
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