Will relations between Iran, Turkey, and Russia remain warm? It’s up to the U.S.

Russia, Turkey, and Iran are not natural or historical allies, and yet the three countries have grown closer in recent years. The most common denominator is Syria. The Russians recently signed new long-term leases for military bases there, while Iran and Turkey are both supporting the government of President Bashar al-Assad, albeit for divergent reasons. […]
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