Turkey: The Honduras of the Middle East for a New Contra War
by Eren Buğlalılar
The data from the radar in Turkey -- combined with an array of other data and American intelligence assessments of missile threats -- will be shared with allies, including Israel, in keeping with longstanding arrangements, officials said.
"It's a U.S. radar," said one senior official. . . .
The radar will be placed at a Turkish installation about 435 miles from Iran, officials said. A similar American missile-defense radar already operates in Israel.