With Ankara once again accusing Moscow of violating their airspace, a charge that Russia denies, it looks like two key players in fight against ISIL are once again at odds. Besides the latest flare up, the two nations have long had clashing interests, backing opposing sides in the Syrian conflict. Cui Hongjian from the China Institute of International Studies, Habibe Ozdal from Turkey’s International Strategic Research Organization, and Sputnik International’s Dmitry Babich discuss the stakes, the opportunities and the possibility of reconciliation.
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