1. The place and role of Europe in today’s world In the post Covid-19 world it is likely that there … More
The democratic deficit and inefficiency of public policy making are common issues in the global level, which has been widely … More
Each month, 700 deputies travel from Brussels to Strasbourg. 8 trucks filled with files are carried all the way from … More
International scrutiny of Turkey’s government on issues such as human rights, personal freedoms and liberties and rule of law has … More
The EU has started to forgo its optimum bias after the congnitive mechanism it has internalized for a longtime regarding AKP.
Despite the number of bottlenecks, project activities with financial packages continue to be the main bridge between the EU and Turkey.
Although the international agreements signed by the Turkish Government impose the responsibility on Turkey to pursue policies and laws strengthening gender equality, the Government seems very reluctant to pursue EU standards.
Historically, European political traditions have based their assessment of Turkey on two distinct ideological differences.
Turkey’s left-wing CHP and EU social democrats are set to ameliorate their relationship. Mutual effort is key for success.
Though historically used as an instrument to maintain power, EU accession process has founf new avenues of political pursuits under Erdogan’s leadership.
AKP’s lack of commitment to reform Turkey’s social policies in accordance with EU deepens the threat on the country’s workforce.