The Rise and Fall of Europeanization
What is Next for Turkey-EU Relations?
Table Of Contents
- About the author
- About the book
- This eBook can be cited
- Table of Contents
- List of Abbreviations
- Chapter I: Once upon a time there was Europeanization
- Europeanization in Turkey
- Europeanization in External Relations
- How have things changed?
- Chapter II: Turkey – EU relations hit by populist rhetoric (with Özgehan Şenyuva)
- Defining Populism
- France, the UK and the Netherlands
- What about public opinion?
- Chapter III: Is there an alternative to full membership?
- Once again, how have things changed?
- What is differentiated integration (DI)?
- How can Turkey be part of DI?
- Differentiated Integration and Values
The 2000s started with massive Turkish support for Europeanization, but in the year 2017 the question of whether or not membership negotiations should be suspended is debated not only in Europe but also in Turkey. What happened? How did we come to this point?
Being a part of Western organizations and becoming an EU member state have been strategic aims of Turkey since its establishment. Even during the Ottoman era, starting in the 1820s, westernization was seen as essential for modernization. This may sound like a cliché indeed, but it is an important cliché that demonstrates the direction of Turkey and Turkish foreign policy. The shift of axis in Turkish foreign policy has been debated extensively in Turkey in the 2010s. Is Turkey turning to the East? Is there a Middle Easternization? Is Turkey being Islamized? Or are we experiencing a Euroasianism, as Ziya Öniş calls it?
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- Publication date
- 2018 (October)
- Integration Differentiated Integration Membership and alternatives Populism Democratization Euroscepticism
- Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien, 2018., 124 pp., 2 fig. b/w, 1 tables,