The EU and Turkey: A Glittering Prize or a Millstone? (Paperback)
  • The EU and Turkey: A Glittering Prize or a Millstone? (Paperback)

The EU and Turkey: A Glittering Prize or a Millstone? (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 24/03/2005
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This timely publication comes at a period of unprecedented transformation in Europe and in Turkey. The European Union is coming on terms with its recent Enlargenment to include ten new states. Turkey is making great progress in international modernisation. Each is watching the oter carefully as negotiations for the future EU membershipget under way. But can the EU expand to include a large state with a Muslim culture? Does Turkey's future lie as a potential member of the European club or instead as a priviliged partner? This book is a multi-disciplinary attempt to illuminate the dimensions of the challenge from different perspectives. Its contributors included academics and analysts, politicians and practicioners from Turkey, Europe and America. Its breadth, depth and relevance will make it an invaluable source of reference. It will be essential reading not only for the academisc and policy makers but also for the wider circle of readers concerned with the future of Europe and Europe's relations with the Islamic world. This book is a multi-disciplinary attempt to illuminate the dimensions of the challenge from different perspectives. Its contributors included academics and analysts, politicians and practicioners from Turkey, Europe and America. Its breadth, depth and relevance will make it an invaluable source of reference. It will be essential reading not only for the academisc and policy makers but also for the wider circle of readers concerned with the future of Europe and Europe's relations with the Islamic world.

Publisher: Federal Trust for Education & Research
ISBN: 9781903403617

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