Turkey must reskill more than 21 million workers to meet the demands of the future of work. The new Turkey Closing the Skills Gap Accelerator will help.
More than a decade after a global financial crisis that spawned new policy tools designed for traumatic events like COVID-19, will they be enough?
Every year, hundreds of women are murdered by a current or former partner. Here’s what the world is doing to try to change that.
Ukraine faces being squeezed out of its role in the regional gas market, and Turkey faces geopolitical hurdles as it pushes for a greater energy role – a partnership could assist them both
Following a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake that destroyed the city, an ambitious urban regeneration programme was started to transform Eskişehir into a modern, environmentally frien...
With the US Federal Reserve confirming further rate hikes to come, emerging markets like China are the most vulnerable to the ripples this will send through the global economy.
From sliding currencies to falling foreign investment, why are these different countries, on different continents, with different economic situations suffering from the same symptoms?
Turkey has managed to keep the oil and gas flowing, but for how long given a more fractured Middle East and a worsening of relations with Europe?
Turkey is going through a rough patch, but it remains committed to a democratic, modernizing and pro-European agenda, said Mehmet Şimşek, Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey. “The outlook is ...
On September 10 2001 my wife and I arrived in New York as I was to receive the Candlelight award from then-UN-Secretary-General Kofi Annan. That night we had a very inspiring conversation...
In the wake of Turkey’s failed coup, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared a “state of emergency”. So what does this measure allow governments to do?
The botched attempt to overthrow President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will have far-ranging implications for Turkey’s foreign relations and regional role.
Military coups – successful or otherwise – follow a predictable pattern in Turkey. But not this time, writes Dani Rodrik.
The prospect of a televised EU debate between David Cameron and Boris Johnson has dwindled, after Downing Street indicated that the prime minister would not take part in any head-to-head ...
These are the three main issues complicating the EU-Turkey deal that aims to end Europe's migration crisis.