Erdogan weaker than appears - U.S. experts
The United States should not think Turkey equals its leader President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said Turkey analysts H.Steven Blum and Svante Cornell in an article for news site RealClear World.
"Erdogan is much weaker than he appears. The economy is floundering under his watch, and he relies on shifting informal coalitions of interest groups to remain in control," Blum and Cornell say in an article which argues that neither appeasement of Erdogan nor wholesale condemnation of Turkey is an option.
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