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The Price of a Positive EU-Turkey Agenda

Ankara’s goal in dealing with Europe is to limit the future agenda to trade, economic matters, and refugee arrangements.

In a diminishing space for civil society, academic freedom, and human rights, EU leaders are divided over what strategy to pursue with Turkey.

  • Marc Pierini
  • Carnegie Europe

The past eighteen months have witnessed a worsening of Turkey’s relations with European countries—as if EU leaders didn’t know it.

The list of foreign policy divergences between Ankara and European capitals is long.

They include the deployment of missile systems that are adversarial toward NATO, gas…

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