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    Tensions Between France, Turkey Leave NATO in Limbo

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    France is done, while Turkey demands an apology. Can NATO allies help repair the breach?

    Dr. Clarence Lusane, African-American author, activist, lecturer and former chair of the Political Science Department at Howard University, sheds light on the tensions between France and Turkey, which could leave the NATO alliance in limbo.

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