The Gezi Park protests drew millions on to the streets of Turkey's cities. Photo: Getty
Rise (and fall) of “the rest”: what China, India, Brazil and Turkey tell us about the world today
By Ian Bremmer - 04 July 11:15

Given that developing countries face vastly different challenges with vastly different capacities to respond, we must stop thinking of them as members of a single club.

Turkey: an overview
By New Statesman - 01 March 14:09

Turkey is a rapidly developing country with a dynamic national economy, the largest in central and eastern Europe. This is a complex mix of modern industry and commerce along with a traditional agricultural sector that still accounts for as much as 30 per cent of employment.

Turkey: employment/unemployment
By New Statesman - 01 March 14:03

Turkey: gross domestic product
By New Statesman - 01 March 13:57

Turkey: inflation
By New Statesman - 01 March 13:55

Turkey: earnings
By New Statesman - 01 March 13:52

Per-capita income was estimated at $12,000 in 2008. However, the country struggles with significant inequality: as of 2008, 45.5 per cent of the population could not buy new clothes and 88.8 per cent could not afford a one-week holiday away from home.

Turkey: currency
By New Statesman - 01 March 13:51

Turkey: house prices
By New Statesman - 01 March 13:47

The property market was hit relatively hard by the global financial crisis.