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We hope to see you soon. We had an awesome 5 days stay there, Cassandra was very welcoming and a was pleasant host. Place had an amazing front view of the lake. Very quiet, clean, calming and relaxing place. We took our 2 small dogs there, and it was very comfy for them. Would recommend this place to… Read more. Great cottage with nice deep water off the dock. Cottage was clean and as pictured. Great value and very clean for a pet friendly rental.
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The problem with both anchors is that over the past five years their pull has got much weaker. A healthier economy and stronger public finances have enabled Turkey to jettison its IMF programme though some ministers tried to keep it. In the run-up to a possibly tight election next year, this may make it easy for the government to offer irresponsible fiscal inducements that could jeopardise the long-term health of the public finances.
Even more disturbing is the loss of EU influence. Few people, either in Brussels or in Ankara, any longer believe that Turkish membership will come about in the foreseeable future. The negotiations have progressed agonisingly slowly.
Over half the chapters in the accession talks are now blocked, many because of an unresolved dispute over Cyprus. Political leaders as well as voters in France, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands have made it clear that they do not want Turkey in the EU. So it is not surprising that many Turks consider that the EU anchor has lost its purchase.
The country's political leaders these days speak less and less about their EU aspirations. Why should Turkey implement difficult reforms to meet European standards, some ask plaintively, if EU membership will not be forthcoming in return? Indeed, why continue on the path of free-market liberal democracy at all?
That is the kernel of Turkey's difficulties today. So long as it could rely on the IMF's tutelage and had a real hope of EU membership, its course was fixed. The best place to start looking is the economy—for without continuing economic success, not much else will go right.
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