See my previous article here with a timeline of events showing Erdogan's fall from NATO's grace.
Considering that Turkey has the second largest army within NATO, and it appears NATO was previously pressuring Erdogan to perform some sort of invasion or incursion into Syrian territory, it's likely we'll see further scandals, coup attempts, or possibly another assassination attempt (see my previous article here on assassination attempt of November 2012).
See videos below…
2014.1.29 Turkish Military Launched An Aerial Strike Against ISIL Convoy Inside Syria (PressTV, youtube.com):
Turkish media say the country's military has launched an aerial strike on a convoy of al-Qaeda-linked militants inside the Syrian territory.
The strike involved F-16 fighter jets that targeted several vehicles belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant - known as the ISIL. The attack occurred on Tuesday in northern Syria along the border with Turkey. There have been reports of casualties. The media say the Turkish troops opened fire on ISIL's positions in northern Syria. This after a mortar shell fired from Syria landed in Turkish territory during clashes between the ISIL and the Free Syrian Army.
2014.1.29 Khamenei Calls For Using All Potentialities To Deepen Bilateral Relations Between Iran & Turkey (Erdogan Visits Iran) (PressTV, youtube.com):
The Leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution has called for using all existing potentialities to deepen bilateral relations between Iran and Turkey.
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei was speaking during a meeting with visiting Turkish Prime Minister Rajab Tayyip Erdogan. The leader believes Tehran and Ankara should make proper use of the current opportunities. He noted that brotherhood between Iran and Turkey has been matchless over centuries. The Turkish prime minister said he considers Iran as Turkish officials' second home. Erdogan was also received by President Hassan Rouhani. During the meeting, Rouhani said both Ankara and Tehran agree on the need to fight terrorism. Erdogan said terrorist groups operating in the name of Islam have nothing to do with the religion. The Turkish prime minister left Tehran after his meetings with Ayatollah Khamenei and President Rouhani.
2014.1.30 Uncertain Future For Turkey, Analysis Review (ECONOMIC WARFARE) (video.ft.com):
Turkey was once hailed exemplar of the world's high-growth economies. Now, the country faces tough economic adjustments and a political system gripped by allegations of corruption and disregard for the rule of law. FT’s Frederick Studemann asks Bill Park, of King’s College, and FT Europe editor Tony Barber whether prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan can retain control.