Western leaders should visit Turkey to show solidarity

GÜVEN SAK writes:

There are two types of countries in the world: Countries where life is predictable and countries where it isn’t; dull countries and interesting ones

Comment(s) 7/23/2016

Turkey needs investment

GÜVEN SAK writes:

Turkish central bank has been releasing ODI to FDI figures. ODI means “outward direct investments” by Turks, and FDI stands for “foreign direct investments” from abroad into the Turkish economy. The ODI to FDI ratio was around 15 percent in 2002-2007. The ratio has risen to around 37 percent in 2012-2016

Comment(s) 7/17/2016

Turkish citizens of Syrian origin

GÜVEN SAK writes:

There are two industrial countries in our region: Israel and Turkey. Israel has been transforming through external migration. Turkey has been transforming through internal migration

Comment(s) 7/9/2016

Back to old Turkish pragmatism?

GÜVEN SAK writes:

There was more news coming out of Ankara this week than many Western countries have in years

Comment(s) 7/2/2016

Brexit has made Turkey more important to the West

GÜVEN SAK writes:

The Brexit campaign made a big issue about the unlikely scenario of a Turkey imminently joining the EU and 80 million Turks suddenly migrating to their island

Comment(s) 6/25/2016

Just check the loan-to-deposit ratio

GÜVEN SAK writes:

I believe that Turkey belongs to the West, because despite everything, it shares certain values we usually refer to as democracy, the rule of law, liberty, you name it

Comment(s) 6/18/2016

The Bundestag decision is about German politics

GÜVEN SAK writes:

Germany is Turkey’s number one trading partner, while Turkey is among Germany’s top 10 trading partners

Comment(s) 6/4/2016

Turks care more about democracy than visa free travel

GÜVEN SAK writes:

Have you seen Kadir Has University’s latest Survey of Perspectives on Turkish Foreign Policy? Well, I find its results rather interesting. Some 55 percent of Turks think that Turkey needs to be more active in the Middle East

Comment(s) 5/28/2016

China’s slowdown and Turkey’s window of opportunity

GÜVEN SAK writes:

China is changing, and the world feels the shockwaves, far and wide

Comment(s) 5/21/2016

Why Turkey is no Brazil

GÜVEN SAK writes:

Political tensions are high in both Brazil and Turkey. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was impeached this week. Yet Turkey is no Brazil

Comment(s) 5/14/2016

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