Δευτέρα, 15 Ιουλίου 2013

Turkey Saying Farewell To Europe? – Analysis

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July 11, 2013
Overcoming the crisis in Turkey’s relations with the European Union which has erupted over the Gezi Park protests is clearly very important. But doing so would not resolve the very deep-rooted underlying problems that exist between Turkey and Union.
By Ozdem Sanberk

Negotiations for full membership

The EU decision to open negotiations with for full membership on 3 October 2005 represented an historic turning point which opened the way for radical future changes in Turkey, inside the Union, and indeed in the region and one that would have major repercussions for the world order. The decision implied that a large country, with a Muslim population and an imperial past had achieved a major institutional gain despite the engrained hostility in parts of Western public opinion and had established itself in full strength at the center of European political and diplomatic life. Following the decision of 3 October 2005, a stream of visits to Ankara by world leaders soon began and furthermore foreign investment began to pour into Turkey, not just from Europe, but also from the entirely world and perhaps especially the Arab countries.

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