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Monday, September 20, 2021

Erdogan's waning patience: Four questions for Turkey's central bank | Reuters

Erdogan's waning patience: Four questions for Turkey's central bank By Jonathan Spicer and Nevzat Devranoglu ISTANBUL, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Turkey's central bank has begun setting the stage for an interest rate cut long sought by President Tayyip Erdogan, although most analysts don't think it will pull the trigger this week after inflation jumped and the lira took a slide. More:Erdogan's waning patience: Four questions for Turkey's central bank | Reuters

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Erdogan visits US amid disagreements with President Biden | Joe Biden News | Al Jazeera

Erdogan visits US amid disagreements with President Biden Turkey hopes relations with the US – for years blighted by a litany of disputes – can be salvaged as President Erdogan attends the UN General Assembly. More:Erdogan visits US amid disagreements with President Biden | Joe Biden News | Al Jazeera

Opinion: Erdogan′s influence on the German election | Opinion | DW | 18.09.2021

Opinion: Erdogan's influence on the German election In the run-up to the German elections, Turkish-German chatrooms, Internet forums and social media are circulating advice on how to vote. Some of their recommendations amount to a call for a boycott, says Elmas Topcu. More:Opinion: Erdogan′s influence on the German election | Opinion | DW | 18.09.2021

Flogging a dead horse | Ahval

Flogging a dead horse Robert Ellis Sep 18 2021 10:09 Gmt+3 In August, The Economist put the cat among the pigeons by stating flatly what most of us know and have for a long time believed, that Turkey’s EU accession process was dead. More:Flogging a dead horse | Ahval