NATO offered its support to Turkey after a recent bombing killed dozens in a Turkish town near the Syrian border. The bombing, thought to be perpetrated by members of the Islamic State, highlights how Turkey is now grappling with conflicts on two fronts: from ISIS forces along the border and from Kurdish militants domestically. Some experts say Turkey’s announcement that it can’t continue talks with Kurdish militants marks the end of a three-decades-long peace effort. We take a closer look at the latest from the region.
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor at St. Lawrence University
Steven A. Cook, senior fellow for Middle Eastern studies at the Council on Foreign Relations and author of "The Struggle for Egypt: From Nasser to Tahrir Square"
Dion Nissenbaum, national security reporter, The Wall Street Journal