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|Title:||European Borderline and Turkish Schizophrenia - An analysis of Turkey's orientation to the European Security Strategy and human security and its impact on the EU-Turkey relationship|
|Organization:||Centre for European Research at University of Gothenburg (CERGU)|
|Series/Report no.:||CERGU's WORKING PAPER SERIES|
|Abstract:||The slowing down of Turkey’s accession negotiations with the EU has led to an increased emphasis of the foreign and security policy relationship. This thesis argues that this development, while merging with the EU enlargement policy, will have increased importance in the future. This creates the problem of how to measure Turkish compliance within this area, and the thesis advances the European Security Strategy (ESS) and the theory of human security (HS) as reasonable starting points. Besides el... more|
|Appears in Collections:||Working Papers Series|
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