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What the U.S. Needs From Turkey in Syria

Both the U.S. and Turkey want a more stable and peaceful Syria. After that, it gets harder.

A warm meal, a cool bed and a place to land our fighter jets.

Photographer: Maj. Jefferson S. Heiland/U.S. Air Force via Getty Images

Should the U.S. and Turkey establish a no-fly zone in Syria? The instinctive humanitarian answer is of course they should. With more than 200,000 people dead and half the population displaced by war, the situation cries out for intervention.

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