Turkey needs to rediscover confidence: Senior banker 22 juin 2015Posted by Acturca in Economy / Economie, Turkey / Turquie.
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Hürriyet Daily News (Turkey) Monday, June 22, 2015, p. 4
A degree of nervousness has emerged in Turkey in recent years in terms of engaging with the outside world, says the World Bank’s country director for Turkey, Martin Raiser, noting that the nation needs to discover its confidence once more as part of its quest to become a high-income nation. (suite…)
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Acturca Journal and Periodical Review, September 2012
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Acturca Journal Watch monitors leading scholarly journals for articles of particular interest to scholars of diplomacy, foreign relations, and international history on Turkey. It is updated monthly. (suite…)
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Acturca Journal and Periodical Review, July 2012
Compiled by Ozan Yigitkeskin
Acturca Journal Watch monitors leading scholarly journals for articles of particular interest to scholars of diplomacy, foreign relations, and international history on Turkey. It is updated monthly.