Were Turkey viewed as a
publicly traded stock company
it would be described as overly
leveraged and very vulnerable
to declines in sales volume as
well as endangered by any
declines in the general velocity
of commerce.
The negative kappa ratios
indicate that the nation of
Turkey's survival as a viable
financial entity and its political
stability would both be
unlikely were a seismic event to
distort commodity vectors.
There would be substantial
kappillary damage to related
velocities in twenty
neighboring countries.
Note that if would be in the best interests of Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria,
Georgia and Romania to help clear the Dardanelles, Sea of Marmara
and Bosphorus.  It seems likely Greece and certainly Italy would help
to reopen the shipping lanes as quickly as possible.