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Turkey’s New European Era: Foreign Policy on the Road to EU Membership

The European Commission, once asserted that “even before Bulgaria and Romania joined the Union, Turkey and Croatia, had begun joining the EU. Negotiations with Croatia may be concluded within a few years, while those with Turkey are expected to take considerably longer.”[1] Yet the crux of the matter is that Turkey’s full membership negotiation in the EU was not fruitful over the previous four decades.

 

The European Commission, once asserted that “even before Bulgaria and Romania joined the Union, Turkey and Croatia, had begun joining the EU. Negotiations with Croatia may be concluded within a few years, while those with Turkey are expected to take considerably longer.”[1] Yet the crux of the matter is that Turkey’s full membership negotiation in the EU was not fruitful over the previous four decades. Debates over Turkey’s full membership in the European Union (EU) have been gaining salience not only as a matter of scholarly interest in Europe but also as a major issue in Turkey. 

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