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Topic - Mustafa Kibaroglu
Mustafa Kibaroglu, a professor of international relations at Istanbul's Okan University, said that by calling Tuesday's emergency NATO meeting, Turkey was trying to show Syria that it has the full support of the alliance and the European Union.
"Unless there is another ... act of provocation (from Syria), there will be no activation of Article 5," Mr. Kibaroglu said.