Can Turkey afford new battlefront in Iraq?
Source:al Monitor Date:06Apr2017
Will Ankara dare stage new cross-border operations in Syria or Iraq? After the poison gas attack in Idlip, Syria and president Erdogan’s declaration that new cross-border military operations are
Turkey trawled four continents for data on Erdogan foes
Alleged Turkish spy network could add to EU-Turkey tensions: It is still not clear whether Erdogan’s attack on EU countries is a propaganda tool to win the presidential referendum, or he truly
Ticking Clocks: Erdoğan and Turkey’s Constitutional Referendum
Presidential referendum and its aftermath: Turkey expert Garreth Jenkins discusses the current state of polls and the implications of YES and NO outcomes. Can Turkey change course? Read the
Emerging Markets: Will growth continue?
Source:Al Jazeera Date:24Oct2016
After three years of lagging behind developed peers, emerging markets showed a burst of energy in 2016, with the equity index MSCI EM (Morgan Stanley Capital International Emerging Markets)
Turkey’s Crackdown on Businesses Sparks Concern
The Turkish government crackdown that followed the failed July coup is expanding to businesses, with the assets of major multibillion-dollar conglomerates seized, along with hundreds of smaller