Sunday, 30 March 2014

This week’s best cartoons on Turkey, Ukraine and banks

This week's most "cartooned" issue was probably Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyp Erdoğan's decision to stop Twitter and YouTube, after the publication of some embarrassing tapped conversations.
Ukraine, with Russian president Vladimir Putin's defiance towards the West, was another best-seller, as well as US president Barack Obama's visit to Europe. 
Austria and Luxembourg's green light to fiscal cooperation with the other EU members apparently was considered as a matter of joke only in the Grand-Duchy.




"Let lies about me be spread" - Horsch, Der Standard, Vienna.




Ruben, NRC Handelsblad, Amsterdam.




Stephff, The Nation, Bangkok.



Bojesen, Jyllands-Posten, Aarhus.




Tjeerd, Cartoon Movement, Amsterdam.


Arend van Dam, The Netherlands.


Kazanevski, Russia.




'Europe reaches out for Ukraine' - Mix&Remix, L'Hebdo, Lausanne.



'The Hague meeting'. On the carpet: 'Power' - Mohr, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich.




Ammer, Wiener Zeitung, Vienna.




Schneider, Tageblatt, Esch-sur-Alzette.



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