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Twenty hour layover at Istanbul | Need help on few points

Hello, Turks!
I will be travelling to London from India via Turkish Airlines. I have a twenty hour layover at Istanbul out of pure luck.
The city of Istanbul is beautiful beyond words with its history and heritage. I consider myself very fortunate to get a chance to explore the place, learn the culture, visit iconic monuments, try local cuisine and hangout with locals.
My flight lands at 10:45 AM and connection flight is on next day 07:45 AM. I have purchased the transit visa.
This is the first time I am travelling by a aeroplane and that too outside my country. I will be alone in this trip. I seek some advise and guidance from you for below listed queries:
Apologies for the long post. As I am travelling alone and for the first time, I am bit anxious but much more excited about the whole event.
Any help/guidance/advise would be highly appreciated. I look forward to seeing you soon.
Thank you! Floyd.
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Twenty hour layover at Istanbul | Need help on few points

Hello, Turks!
I will be travelling to London from India via Turkish Airlines. I have a twenty hour layover at Istanbul out of pure luck.
The city of Istanbul is beautiful beyond words with its history and heritage. I consider myself very fortunate to get a chance to explore the place, learn the culture, visit iconic monuments, try local cuisine and hangout with locals.
My flight lands at 10:45 AM and connection flight is on next day 07:45 AM. I have purchased the transit visa.
This is the first time I am travelling by a aeroplane and that too outside my country. I will be alone in this trip. I seek some advise and guidance from you for below listed queries:
Apologies for the long post. As I am travelling alone and for the first time, I am bit anxious but much more excited about the whole event.
Any help/guidance/advise would be highly appreciated. I look forward to seeing you soon.
Thank you! Floyd.
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[DIPLOMACY] Turkey offers Central Asia - particularly our Turkic brethren - a post Russia lifeline. Pledges funds, hardware, operations

To our friends.
We note with chagrin that Russia has reneged on its commitments to you in totem. Whilst none of us should be surprised at that, given what else we have witnessed, we should not think of it as only a loss. It can also be seen as a great opportunity for us all. Russia has left you post-Soviet collapse, in poverty, and a state of semi-Soviet dependency on a country which has consistently demonstrated a commitment to maintaining oligarchy, corruption, and widespread poverty.
This being the case, Turkey proposes to channel NATOBUX into Central Asia like never before, to ensure not only your survival of this apocalypse, but all of our triumph, over it. Our offeribgs are as follows:
Note: we will be begging NATO for the costs associated with these deployments
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[DIPLOMACY] A New Monetary Paradigm: Turkey and the ECB

Republic of Turkey

Ministry of Finance

[Nov/Dec 2048]
Turkey is at the tail-end of an economic slowdown, caused by fiscal uncertainty in a time of war and the globalized effects of geopolitical risk. However, the Turkish economy remains fundamentally strong, with phenomenal growth potential in its new territories in Azerbaijani Turkey and new previously-untapped trade relationships with the Middle East, Iran, and Central Asia.
The resulting growth will be of tremendous benefit to not just Turkey, but the European economy as a whole. As a close partner of the European Union, via political alignment, our membership in the Council of Europe, and free trade agreement, Turkey comes to the European Union to establish deeper monetary ties.
We propose a special relationship between the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (TCMB) and the European Central Bank (ECB).
While the Turkish Lira has gained international prominence due to the growing influence of the Turkish economy, the need to maintain a "war chest" of foreign exchange reserves in order to guarantee financial, fiscal, and monetary stability means productive financial resources are tied up unnecessarily.
Turkey typically maintains forex reserves equivalent to ~9% of GDP. By comparison, while Eurozone countries keep lower levels due to no need to back up their currency, the Bank of England and Reserve Bank of Australia's reserves are ~5% and ~3.4% of GDP, respectively.
We believe our mutual interests can be helped by reducing the burden on the TCMB to back up the Turkish Lira and financial system, freeing up financial resources to stimulate the economy.
The plan would mean the TCMB becomes eligible to administer Emergency Liquidity Assistance to solvent financial institutions in Turkey. Unlike European national banks which are members of the Eurosystem, the TCMB would not be autonomous in its decision making, subject to approval and oversight by the ECB itself. (m: national banks can fund financial institutions independently via this mechanism up to certain durations / amounts)
The arrangement would allow solvent Turkish institutions with adequate collateral (aka this isn't just free cash) to receive liquidity in times of financial instability, allowing the Turkish banking sector to lean both on the TCMB and ECB. Operations would be conducted, of course, in Euros -- meaning the ECB is not exposed to exchange rate risk when dealing with Turkish banks.
Eligible Turkish institutions would need to register with the ECB, meeting their criteria and subject to their oversight.
Sharing the responsibility of lender of last resort will allow financial resources to be freed up, giving an important boost to the Turkish economy and Europe-Turkey trade. We expect to move to a long-term band of 6-7% of GDP in foreign exchange reserves, freeing up roughly $38 billion.
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Turkish Unrest and Bitcoin Volume=Regime Troubles

Citizens when they are witness to economic unrest in their own countries usually begin to buy foreign currency and keep it in reserve against the devaluation of their own currency. This is normal during troubled times, and we were beginning to see the same thing occurring in Turkey. However, Erdogan thisa number of weeks ago called for all Turkish citizens to sell their foreign currencies to prop up the Lira. This sort of a call is usually code for “we are going to confiscate your money when we find it” so you better sell it now, as well as a tacit admission that the Lira’s value is in serious trouble. Thus, the economy as well.
In my opinion due to the tacit threat of monetary confiscation we are now seeing a flight to bitcoin and this is also a clue to the unrest that Erdogan is dealing with. Why is this problematic? Since Turkey can’t confiscate currency that is online and untraceable. We can see the flight to Bitcoin by comparing Forex crosses against bitcoin volume.
In this light we can see a trend whereby that out of the top 8 Bitcoin traded countries/currency (USD, JPY, EURO, GBD, KRW, PLN, TRY, RUB/RUR) only 4 (USD, JPY, EURO and GBD) are in the top 8 Forex pairings. The others are minor currencies.
The Top 8 Forex crosses are:
EUUSD 37% of total volume
USD/JPY 13% of total volume
GBD/USD 12% of total volume
AUD/USD 6% of total volume
USD/CHF 5% of total volume
USD/CAD 4% of total volume
EUJPY 2% of total volume
EUCHF 2 % of total volume
Based upon the comparison between the Bitcoin and Forex Volume we can conclude that there is a feeling of unrest in Korea, Poland, Russia and Turkey. Why put discretionary cash in bitcoin if you feel secure! Add to this the protests, negative economic indicators and international isolation and we can conclude that Turkey is ripe for unrest and the citizens wanting regime change. This does not mean that they will succeed as Erdogan controls the military. However, as we have seen in the past (example the revolution in Egypt) once the upper echelon of the army personally starts to feel the economic results of its leaders’ policies and the people start to demand change, the military almost always sides with the people for their own self-preservation and the betterment of the country they serve.
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[Banned] /r/worldnews/: Turkey’s Erdogan claims US sanctions are a stab in the back

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[Discussion] Should Turkey help Greece with its financial crisis?

In the news: There have been basically two sources of this speculation. Firstly, the ideological-allies of Syriza in Turkey, HDP, have obviously said we should bailout Greece. They don't care about the Turk-Greek conflicts of the past so, yeah there's that. But the government has also spoken very briefly of it.
Both contexts are in this article. http://www.todayszaman.com/business_turkey-discusses-helping-greece-pay-its-debts_392429.html
As an economics student entering his final year in university, I think I can help the discussion a bit by laying some things out.
Now this is all assuming Greeks accept publicly receiving assistance from remove-kebab-isis-supporting Törkiye. But it would totally help us diplomatically in Cyprus and in the Aegean by being like "hey.. uhh greeks, we're actually not going to invade you guys. we kinda like you more than you like us?" and help us bring them to the negotiation table genuinely.
So what do you guys think? Keep in mind, though, none of these scenarios are a donation to Greece but a loan. Just like with any other loan there are risks but it isn't a donation. I don't live in Turkey for the record, so I'm interested in what European Turks and Türkiyelis think.
I'm totally down to discuss the nerdy/dorky specifics regarding the Greek crisis if anyone is interested in the comments. This post is long enough as it is, but i'm down lol
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[Banned] /r/worldnews/: Turkish lira collapse continues, hits new record low as central bank takes steps to ease pain

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[Banned] /r/TheNewsFeed/: State-Run Chinese Media: Prepare for ‘Hardship and Crisis’ but Do Not Panic at Turkey’s Collapse

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[Banned] /r/China/: Opinion: Worried About Turkey’s Economic Problems? China’s Could Be Worse

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[Banned] /r/worldnews/: Turkey is investigating hundreds of social media accounts bad-mouthing the lira

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Dollar dips after weak US data, Turkish hike supports emerging currencies

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Emerging currencies, like the South African rand and the Mexican peso, held onto to gains having surged, as investors in emerging markets registered relief that Turkey's central bank had hiked its policy rate to 24 percent to restore confidence in the lira.
The greenback took a hit overnight after the U.S. consumer price index, the government's broadest inflation gauge, rose just 0.2 percent in August and less than the 0.3 percent projected by analysts in a Reuters poll.
The dollar's index against a basket of six major currencies was a shade lower at 94.491 after slipping 0.3 percent on Thursday, when it touched 94.428, its lowest since Aug. 31.
The euro inched up 0.05 percent to $1.1695 after gaining more than 0.5 percent overnight when it brushed a two-week high of $1.1701.
The lira surged after Turkey's central bank raised its benchmark one-week repo rate by 625 basis points to 24 percent on Thursday, in a bid to stabilize the currency, which had slumped to a record low against the dollar a month ago.
Following the lira's rally, the South African rand gained 1.3 percent against the dollar on Thursday and the Mexican peso rose 1 percent.
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[Banned] /r/SyrianCirclejerkWar/: “Turkey Needs to be Strong or IS Will Invade Greece”

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The reason Turkey's economic collapse is so scary is because Iran, Russia, and Syria are waiting in the wings
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[Banned] /r/worldnews/: China backs Turkey to overcome its economic crisis

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[Banned] /r/worldnews/: Turkish lira pulls back from record low, markets rattled

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[Banned] /r/The_Donald/: Caliph Erdogan: US stabbing Turkey in the back

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[Banned] /r/greatawakening/: POTUS know how to get things done? Turkey 'ready to talk about everything' with US to solve disputes.

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[Banned] /r/TechNewsToday/: Turkey to boycott US electronic products, President Erdoğan says

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[Banned] /r/worldnews/: Turkish lira falls 5% after US threatens more sanctions; European stocks drop after Turkish court rejects US pastor’s appeal for release

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[Banned] /r/worldnews/: Turkey accuses US of 'stab in the back'

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[Banned] /r/politics/: Trump asks jailed pastor to be "patriot hostage" as U.S.-Turkey feud escalates

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[Banned] /r/conspiracy/: Turkish lira drops 14%, hits fresh record low after Trump authorizes doubling metals tariffs on Turkey. Once again, the US is punishing Israel's enemies for it.

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