The EU’s common foreign, security and defense policies and the Turkish perceptions

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Gürsoy, Yaprak and Müftüler-Baç, Meltem (2008) The EU’s common foreign, security and defense policies and the Turkish perceptions. In: The Annual Meeting of the ISA's 49th Annual Convention, Bridging Multiple Divides, San Francisco

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The EU's common foreign and security role is tied to the EU's normative role and this has been one of the critical aspects of the debate concerning Turkey's accession. Turkey's membership negotiations are critical in terms of the future of the European integration process, specifically with respect to the EU's role as a global actor. How Turkey perceives the EU's CFSP is critical in assessing Turkey's potential role in the larger integration process, as well as the future development of the EU's international role. The article investigates whether there are wide differences among the Turkish public vis-a-vis the EU's CFSP and to what extent these differences are visible in Turkey's negotiation talks with the EU. The paper explores the extent to which European norms in foreign policy has diffused into Turkey and how this diffusion might have impacted the process of foreign policy making in Turkey.

Item Type:Papers in Conference Proceedings
Uncontrolled Keywords:Turkey, the European Union, foreign policy making
Subjects:J Political Science > JZ International relations
ID Code:11676
Deposited By:Yaprak Gürsoy
Deposited On:05 Aug 2009 16:56
Last Modified:22 Jul 2019 16:51

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