The elections on June 24 will be a pivotal moment for Turkey. Many expect President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to realise his ambition of winning newly created executive powers, but signs of economic stress indicate that nothing can be taken for granted

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President pursues unprecedented executive powers at next month’s polls

After a bumpy 2017, Mevlut Cavusoglu says Ankara wants to repair ties with allies

President Erdogan’s economic pronouncements have spooked international investors

Turkey’s government plans ship route to rival the Suez and take strain off the Bosphorus

The odds of Turkey joining the bloc are long — a revised customs union is more likely

Turkey has more jailed journalists than any other country, say campaigners

Policymakers hope reactors will give Turkey a buffer against rising oil price

Parents are divided over the religious conversion of previously secular schools