Turkey outlined its account of what happened Friday saying “the military jet was unarmed and on a training mission and had violated Syrian airspace for short time by mistake and that it was shot down without a single warning”. Damascus said shooting down the jet was “an act of self-defense”. But NATO is standing in solidarity with Turkey. The country’s Prime Minister is calling Syria “a clear and imminent threat” warning if Syrian troops approach Turkish borders they would be seeing as a military target. I’m on the line now with Kori Schake, who is a Hoover fellow, West Point professor of international security studies and a Middle East expert, she also has a book called State ofDisrepair.