Applying sanctions on Turkey remains an option if the Russian S-400 air defense system is delivered, a State Department official said on July 10.  “I don’t think there’s been any lack of clarity to the Turkish government about them and their responsibilities as a NATO partner that they’re putting at risk with the receipt of the S-400,” said R. Clarke Cooper, assistant secretary of state for political-military affairs. Cooper’s remarks at a Senate ...

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