POLITICO quotes Rafik Hariri Center Nonresident Fellow Aaron Stein on how Turkey’s fight against the PKK could affect Turkish-US cooperation against ISIS in Syria: 

PKK and Syrian Kurdish fighters “are interchangeable, depending on where it is that they are fighting,” said Aaron Stein, a non-resident fellow with the Atlantic Council. He and others warned that if Turkey keeps up its fight against the PKK, it could weaken Kurdish forces battling the Islamic State in Syria in part by drawing some of the fighters to Turkey.

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