After a military-backed coup in Turkey failed over the weekend, forces loyal to the country's government have been rounding up perceived opponents of the regime. But the Turkish economy continues to function, despite the region's political turmoil. Its currency, the lira, fell 4.6 percent on Friday as the news broke, but has recovered about half of that in trading so far today.
What does this all mean for Turkey's future? Or even Europe's future? Ian Bremmer, the president and cofounder of the Eurasia Group, joined us to talk about where the country seems to be headed.