Tags: Arab Spring, EU, European Neighborhood Policy, German Marshall Fund of the United States, Istituto Affari Internazionali, Kemal Kirişci, Mediterranean, Turkey, Turkey-EU
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Op-Med – Opinions on the Mediterranean, October 2012, 3 p.
German Marshall Fund of the United States - Istituto Affari Internazionali
Kemal Kirişci *
Regional integration has long been seen as an effective tool for encouraging regional peace, stability, and prosperity, with the added expectation that economic growth may also facilitate transition to democracy. (en savoir plus…)
Acturca Journal Watch August 2011 août 31, 2011Posted by Acturca in Académique, Acturca Journal Watch, Caucase, Economie, Energie, Europe du Sud-Est, Histoire, Immigration, Istanbul, Livres, Moyen Orient, Religion, Russie, Turquie, Turquie-UE, UE.
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Acturca Journal and Periodical Review, August 2011
Compiled by Ozan Yigitkeskin
Acturca Journal Watch monitors leading scholarly journals for articles of particular interest to scholars of diplomacy, foreign relations, and international history on Turkey. It is updated monthly. (en savoir plus…)
Turkey and the European Neighborhood Policy août 29, 2011Posted by Acturca in Turquie-UE, UE.
Tags: European Neighborhood Policy, Stefan Fuele, UE
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Hurriyet Daily News (Turkey) Monday, August 29, 2011
Stefan Fuele *
The European Neighborhood Policy, or ENP, seeks to strengthen the partnership between the European Union and the countries and societies of the neighborhood and to promote stability, prosperity and security in this neighborhood. (en savoir plus…)