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Turkey: What Everyone Needs to Know

By Andrew Finkel
Published by Oxford University Press
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Published 24 May 2012
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CNN correspondent and regular Cornucopia contributor, Andrew Finkel gets beneath the surface of Turkey today. He explains the country’s economic, political and cultural impulses along with valuable insights into everyday life.

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