Southeast Europe / Opinion

BOOK REVIEW: Peter Conradi asks pertinently, “Who Lost Russia?”

Nicholas Watson in Prague March 21, 2017

The writing is solid, embellished with great detail and research, giving some new information here, reminding of some forgotten nugget there, though it lacks any penetrating new insight or revelation.

COMMENT: The trillion dollar bill of US protectionism

Peter Szopo of Erste Asset Management March 21, 2017

Emerging market stocks have been hit harder than it appears by the election of President Donald Trump.

COMMENT: Turkey’s silent economic revolution and the new sovereign wealth fund

Cagdas Cataltas of Control Risks March 15, 2017

Attention is on Turkey’s controversial referendum to transform Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan into an “executive president". But little attention has been paid to a silent economic revolution and the appearance of sovereign wealth fund.

ALACO DISPATCHES: Investors unnerved by Turkish turmoil

Yigal Chazan of Alaco February 15, 2017

Many investors appear to have taken fright at Turkey’s instability and the course that Erdogan has set.

COMMENT: What’s to stop ‘King Erdogan’?

Will Conroy in Prague February 10, 2017

The president argues the executive presidency is essential to fight against the manifold economic and security threats bedevilling the nation.

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