Middle East

Turkey's Main Challenge Is 'Erdoganomics'

A clash with Russia will affect Turkey's prosperity less than eccentric economic policy would.

Is Turkey's PM up for a fight?

Photographer: ADEM ALTAN/AFP/Getty Images

On the day Turkey shot down a Russian jet this week, it also formed a new government. That went little noticed, given the frisson of a NATO-Russia clash, but it may be as important as any economic sanctions Russia might impose in retaliation for its loss.

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