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Can Turkey and the UK learn from each other’s EU strategies? 25 janvier 2013

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CER Bulletin (Centre for European Reform) Issue 88, February/March 2013

by Katinka Barysch *, 25 January 2013

David Cameron’s Conservative Party wants to renegotiate Britain’s membership of the EU, hoping to obtain a looser, more flexible relationship. (suite…)

Turkey and the EU: can stalemate be avoided? 28 décembre 2010

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Centre for European Reform (UK), December 2010, 10 p.

by Katinka Barysch

Turkey’s accession to the EU is heading for an impasse. The bulk of the membership talks are blocked. Unless there is progress over Cyprus or Nicolas Sarkozy starts welcoming Turkish membership  – both unlikely prospects – the EU and Turkey will soon run out of policy chapters to negotiate. (suite…)

Turkey’s role in European energy security 10 janvier 2008

Posted by Acturca in Caucasus / Caucase, Central Asia / Asie Centrale, Energy / Energie, EU / UE, Middle East / Moyen Orient, Turkey / Turquie, Turkey-EU / Turquie-UE.
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Essays (Centre for European Reform -UK) December 2007

by Katinka Barysch 

Turkey – located between big energy producers and the EU market – is crucial for Europe’s energy security. (suite…)

The economics of Turkish accession 26 avril 2006

Posted by Acturca in Economy / Economie, Turkey-EU / Turquie-UE.
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Centre for European Reform, 4 July 2005. 9 pp.

By Katinka Barysch

The author argues in support of the inclusion of Turkey in the European Union (EU), asserting that concerns that it negatively affects the EU economy are inaccurate. (suite…)