EU–Turkey Relations
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EU–Turkey Relations

A New Direction for EU Foreign Policy?

Elena Baracani

The book analyses EU foreign policy with Turkey over the last decade by uncovering how its internal functioning and structural context affect the European Union’s decisions. Acknowledging that EU enlargement policy is part of a broader foreign policy framework, which includes also other domains (energy, migration and CFSP), Elena Baracani adopts a unique approach, combining more actor-oriented factors with structural factors to analyse EU–Turkey Relations at national, multinational and international levels.
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Chapter 6: Different shades of EU foreign policy vis--vis Turkey

Elena Baracani

Abstract

This Chapter presents the different shades of EU foreign policy towards Turkey in the period examined, by presenting, for each institution, the main findings on the conceptualization of EU-Turkey relations and on the role played on migration, enlargement and CFSP issues in the process of decision making, on the substance of decisions taken, and in the implementation of these decisions. By doing this, it contributes with new empirical material, to the theoretical debates on new institutional leadership, failing forward, hegemonic stability, and EU (foreign policy) actorness.

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