ZHUKOVSKIY, Russia—The response to rising threats of U.S. sanctions on buyers of Russian arms swung between open defiance and quiet caution at the MAKS Air Show here on Aug. 27, as President Vladimir Putin formally cleared the Sukhoi Su-57 to enter the export market.  The signs of defiance included the jarring sight of Turkish President Recep Erdogan, the leader of an increasingly disgruntled NATO ally, offering the Su-57E a tacit endorsement by showing his personal interest ...

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