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Twelfth Edition 201425/08/2014 Nilgün Arisan Eralp, "The Outlook for EU-Turkey Relations"

In this brief the author assesses the current state of Turkey – EU relations over fifty years after the signing of the Ankara agreement of 1963 which established the legal basis for Turkey’s relations with the EU. In particular, the author analyses the status of Turkey’s EU accession negotiations from both a Turkish and EU perspective. Outlining both positive recent developments and potential stumbling blocks in Turkey’s bid for accession; the author outlines potential paths for more mutually beneficial engagement.

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Nilgün Ar?san Eralp, "The Outlook for EU-Turkey Relations"

In this brief the author assesses the current state of Turkey – EU relations over fifty years after the signing of the Ankara agreement of 1963 which established the legal basis for Turkey’s relations with the EU. In particular, the author analyses the status of Turkey’s EU accession negotiations from both a Turkish and EU perspective. Outlining both positive recent developments and potential stumbling blocks in Turkey’s bid for accession; the author outlines potential paths for more mutually beneficial engagement.

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Nilgün Ar?san Eralp, "Quelles perspectives pour la relation Turquie-UE?"
Cette synthèse se propose d’évaluer l’état des rapports entre la Turquie et l’Union européenne, plus que cinquante ans après la signature de l’Accord d’Ankara (1963) qui fixa un cadre légal aux relations entre les deux parties. L’auteur analyse en particulier la situation du processus d’adhésion turque, du point de vue d’Ankara comme de celui des différents États membres de l’Union. En pointant les récents signes de réchauffement, mais aussi les nombreux obstacles qui freinent encore le processus, cette étude explore les voies d’un partenariat renouvelé.olitiques qu’imposent ces nouveaux accords de libre-échange?

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In this brief the author assesses the current state of Turkey – EU relations over fifty years after the signing of the Ankara agreement of 1963 which established the legal basis for Turkey’s relations with the EU. In particular, the author analyses the status of Turkey’s EU accession negotiations from both a Turkish and EU perspective. Outlining both positive recent developments and potential stumbling blocks in Turkey’s bid for accession; the author outlines potential paths for more mutually beneficial engagement.

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