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News Analysis: The West Hoped for Democracy in Turkey. Erdogan Had Other Ideas.

News Analysis: The West Hoped for Democracy in Turkey. Erdogan Had Other Ideas.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, then Turkey’s prime minister, in 2008. As Mr. Erdogan sought to secure a place for his country in the European Union, he presented himself as a moderate and modernizing Muslim
Can Imran Khan Save Pakistan?

Can Imran Khan Save Pakistan?

Laborers sit under a billboard of Imran Khan during a campaign rally in Karachi, Pakistan, in July.
Pakistan’s Economic Turmoil Threatens China’s Ambitions

Pakistan’s Economic Turmoil Threatens China’s Ambitions

The balance-of-payments crisis and likely IMF talks could undermine Beijing’s investments.
Understanding the Failed Deal With Turkey That Sparked Trump’s Fury

Understanding the Failed Deal With Turkey That Sparked Trump’s Fury

Andrew Brunson, an evangelical pastor from North Carolina, is being held on terrorism charges.
Imran Khan’s First Test: Pakistan’s Troubled Economy

Imran Khan’s First Test: Pakistan’s Troubled Economy

Pakistani economists say that Imran Khan, once he becomes prime minister, will have no choice but to ask the International Monetary Fund for a bailout.
Imran Khan’s First Test: Pakistan’s Troubled Economy

Imran Khan’s First Test: Pakistan’s Troubled Economy

Pakistani economists say that Imran Khan, once he becomes prime minister, will have no choice but to ask the International Monetary Fund for a bailout.
Europe Says Greece Is a Comeback Story. The I.M.F. Isn’t Convinced.

Europe Says Greece Is a Comeback Story. The I.M.F. Isn’t Convinced.

The Bank of Greece in Athens. A report from the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday warned that Greece faces an uphill battle as it exits bailouts on Aug. 20.
Europe Says Greece Is a Comeback Story. The I.M.F. Isn’t Convinced.

Europe Says Greece Is a Comeback Story. The I.M.F. Isn’t Convinced.

The Bank of Greece in Athens. A report from the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday warned that Greece faces an uphill battle as it exits bailouts on Aug. 20.
Zimbabwe Holds a Peaceful Vote, Its First Ballot Since Mugabe’s Fall

Zimbabwe Holds a Peaceful Vote, Its First Ballot Since Mugabe’s Fall

Waiting to vote in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Monday. Turnout was high, though some fears of fraud remained.
Zimbabwe Holds a Peaceful Vote, Its First Ballot Since Mugabe’s Fall

Zimbabwe Holds a Peaceful Vote, Its First Ballot Since Mugabe’s Fall

Waiting to vote in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Monday. Turnout was high, though some fears of fraud remained.
With 1,000,000% inflation, Venezuela is slashing five zeroes from its currency

With 1,000,000% inflation, Venezuela is slashing five zeroes from its currency

One year ago, a cup of coffee in Venezuela cost about 2,300 bolívares. Now it costs around 2,000,000. So the Venezuelan government is fixing the…
Venezuela Inflation Could Reach One Million Percent by Year’s End

Venezuela Inflation Could Reach One Million Percent by Year’s End

A wall in Caracas, Venezuela, with the word “hunger” scrawled on it. Venezuela is facing hyperinflation expected to reach a million percent a year by the end of 2018, the International Monetary Fund
Venezuela Inflation Could Reach One Million Percent by Year’s End

Venezuela Inflation Could Reach One Million Percent by Year’s End

A wall in Caracas, Venezuela, with the word “hunger” scrawled on it. Venezuela is facing hyperinflation expected to reach a million percent a year by the end of 2018, the International Monetary Fund
DealBook Briefing: Europe’s Big Trip to Fix Trade

DealBook Briefing: Europe’s Big Trip to Fix Trade

Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, speaks ahead of a summit of a European Union leaders in Brussels last month.
Trump Ups the Ante in the U.S.-China Trade War

Trump Ups the Ante in the U.S.-China Trade War

The special Sino Saturday edition of CEO Daily.
Now, Erdogan Faces Turkey’s Troubled Economy. And He’s Part of the Trouble.

Now, Erdogan Faces Turkey’s Troubled Economy. And He’s Part of the Trouble.

Supporters of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey celebrated outside his party’s headquarters in Istanbul on Sunday.
Now, Erdogan Faces Turkey’s Troubled Economy. And He’s Part of the Trouble.

Now, Erdogan Faces Turkey’s Troubled Economy. And He’s Part of the Trouble.

Supporters of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey celebrated outside his party’s headquarters in Istanbul on Sunday.
Greece Prepares to Stagger Back From Debt Crisis, the End of Bailouts in Sight

Greece Prepares to Stagger Back From Debt Crisis, the End of Bailouts in Sight

Construction workers at a protest in Athens during a 24-hour strike in March to demand a collective labor agreement. A fifth of Greeks are jobless, and more pension cuts and tax increases lie ahead.
Greece Prepares to Stagger Back From Debt Crisis, the End of Bailouts in Sight

Greece Prepares to Stagger Back From Debt Crisis, the End of Bailouts in Sight

Construction workers at a protest in Athens during a 24-hour strike in March to demand a collective labor agreement. A fifth of Greeks are jobless, and more pension cuts and tax increases lie ahead.