Turkey was once hailed exemplar of the world's high-growth economies. Now, the country faces tough economic adjustments and a political system gripped by allegations of corruption and disregard for the rule of law. FT’s Frederick Studemann asks Bill Park, of King’s College, and FT Europe editor Tony Barber whether prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan can retain control.
Produced by Nalini Sivathasan. Filmed by Rod Fitzgerald and Petros Gioumpasis. Additional footage from Reuters.