Weekend Reading: Investing in Egypt, Haunting 1967 Photos, and August in Turkey
Steven A. Cook
June 6, 2014
Galatasaray fans light flares to celebrate their goal against Fenerbahce during the Turkish Super League derby soccer match between Galatasaray and Fenerbahce in Istanbul (Murad Sezer/Courtesy Reuters).
Hdeel Abdelhady says that Egypt’s new investment law is not a solution to its economic woes, but rather is a symptom of the country’s inability to conceive and implement coherent economic policies.
Paul Schutzer, Casualty of War: A Great Photographer’s Final Pictures
Jenny White weighs in on Turkey’s upcoming elections and posts some upbeat music.
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