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How far can the economy go without political stability?

After the political scene that emerged on June 7, Turkey witnessed a process to form a government which it hasn't experienced for a long time. When the political uncertainty that emerged in this process merged with the clashes going on in our neighbo... more

Will the CHP make restoration?

These days the pursuit of the coalition is in the center of the agenda, now that the meetings between the AK Party and CHP came to an end. CHP's restoration statement comes at the top of the subjects which were outstanding and could not be agreed up... more

Is the Turkish economy fragile?

The group, which includes Brazil, India, Indonesia, Turkey and the countries in South Africa, is also referred to as the “fragile quintet”. The common trait of these countries is; being developing economies, coming out ahead of the economic crises by... more

Two rising powers: Turkey and China

A crowded group under President Erdoğan's leadership is conducting a program that includes China, Indonesia and Pakistan. Each one of the stops in the trip is important; however, we need to open a separate topic for China.Turkey and China are two dif... more

This shouldn't be Turkey's agenda

The plans of those who wanted to have a voice in the changing equilibrium of the Middle East in the 1990s were interrupted with Turkey's economic and political success in the 2000s.While the global economic crisis in 2008 was making the western count... more

It will become clear towards mid-August

Finally, the official procedure started processing; on the “Government Day”, President Erdoğan assigned Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu to establish the government. On the Government Day, in other words on Thursday, the day when the meeting of the Pre... more

Is Greece becoming the Cuba of Europe?

The referendum held in Greece on Sunday which resulted with “no” is a radical decision for Greece. It is seen that in Greece, Prime Minister Tsipras, who did not accept the austerity policies proposed by the Troika for the payment of the current deb... more

The coalition, but how?

The picture of the four parties that emerged as a result of the June 7 election indicates a coalition government which we haven't been used to for years in Turkey.The coalition means more than one party's developing and implementing a common policy. ... more

Why is economic growth important in election periods?

In the June 7 election, Turkey faced a result it hasn't seen for 13 years. We can explain the reasons for this result, which were unexpected and a surprise for many fractions, with a lot of factors from the political, social and economic point of vie... more

Economic costs of losing political stability could be heavy

There are important dates in Turkey's economy. One of these is the Menderes period, including the years 1950-1960; the second one is Özal's period that marked the years 1983-1989. The third period is the AK Party rulership that is the last circle of ... more

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