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Turkey and European Union Studies

Edited by: Dr. Funda Tekin, Ass.-Prof. Dr. Ebru Turhan und Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wessels

EU-Turkey relations have a long historic trajectory. Turkey is in future likely to remain, despite political tensions, an important country for the EU in economic, political and geostrategic terms. On the one hand, recent developments affecting the EU have motivated the Heads of State or Government to rediscover Turkey‘s relevance as ‚key strategic partner‘. On the other hand, prospects of Turkey‘s accession to the EU have reached an all-time low in the light of Turkey distancing itself from the political accession criterion as well as the multiple internal crises the EU has been confronted with. This renders EU-Turkey relations a highly topical issue for academic research.

The Centre for Turkey and European Union Studies (CETEUS) aims at providing a framework for publications dealing with Turkey, the European Union as well as EU/German-Turkish relations regarding multiple thematic dimensions as well as geographic contexts including the neighbourhood and the global scene.

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Mirja Schröder, Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Wolfgang Wessels (Ed.)

Turkey as an Energy Hub?

2017,  https://doi.org/10.5771/9783845282190

Series: Turkey and European Union Studies, Vol. 1

Nomos, Baden-Baden