Turkey’s grand ambition to broaden its indigenous defense industry is beginning to generate returns, yet its vision of becoming one of the world’s top 10 arms suppliers remains intertwined with its increasingly fragile relationship with the U.S. and NATO. Istanbul’s IDEF defense exhibition revealed the extraordinary extent of the country’s defense development efforts. From the TF-X fighter aircraft and main battle tanks to electro-magnetic railguns and antidrone ...

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