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    Your companion in understanding Turkish macroeconomics and politics

  • istanbulanalytics

    Your indispensable guide on Turkish politics and economics

  • istanbulanalytics

    Aspiring to be your electronic library on Turkey's economy and politics

Introducing Our Turkey Research Services

Murat Ucer and Atilla Yesilada have been collaborating to provide research about Turkish economy, politics and policy, including on selected topics such as banking, energy and regulatory issues to New York based global research firm, GlobalSource Partners (GSP). Istanbulanalytics is an independent research platform, where they display their products and select articles/research about the country...

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How to access our services

Turkey’s uniquely complex operating environment with its rapidly changing economic and political parameters renders analytical assistance to decision making indispensable. With our 50 years of combined experience in economic, policy and regulatory research, we firmly believe we can add value to your understanding of and business operations in Turkey...

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Turkey in the Foreign Press

Armenia Navigates a Path Away From Russia

16Jul2024 Source: Carnegie

In a process that began in 2018 and accelerated in 2022, relations between Armenia and Russia have begun to break down. Formal institutional relations remain in place and high-level contacts Read More...

Exclusive: Why Turkey’s Erdogan Is Breaking With Biden on Ukraine and Gaza

13Jul2024 Source: Newsweek

In written responses shared exclusively with Newsweek as the Turkish leader arrived in Washington, D.C., for the annual NATO summit, Erdogan argued that Western powers were taking wrong and Read More...

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Atilla's Musings

What to Know About Anti-Syrian Unrest in Turkey


I’m not a conspiracy  theorist, but there is evidence to believe  that anti-Syrian riots were to some extent provoked:   “There is a well-organized group of people with criminal Read More...

Hakan Fidan: Foreign Ministry redone


This is a blog post from Ragip Soylu, one my favorite Turkey commentators  who produce work in English. I highly  recommend you occasionally  visit his blog site:   Earlier this year he made Read More...

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Murat's Musings

World splits into three economic blocs: a deep dive into economic realignments – Australian expert


Probably the best article explaining the future of global trade and development   The IMF has outlined two potential scenarios for the world economy over the next century. In a “low Read More...

Türkiye’s Energy Engagement in Central Asia and the Caucasus


In recent years, Türkiye has significantly increased cooperation with the states of Central Asia and Azerbaijan. One of the most important geopolitical developments in recent years in Eurasia is Read More...

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