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Why Turkey should join the European Union: arguments in favor of Turkish membership

@article{Modebadze2015WhyTS,
  title={Why Turkey should join the European Union: arguments in favor of Turkish membership},
  author={Valeri Modebadze and F. Sayin},
  journal={Journal of Liberty and International Affairs},
  year={2015},
  volume={1},
  pages={85-93}
}
One of the main objectives of the Turkish foreign p olicy is to integrate Turkey in the European Union. Over the last decades Turkey has unsuccessfully tried to join European Union. For various reasons (economic , political and social), European leaders have blocke d the attempts of Turkey to join European Union. Th ere is a widespread belief in Europe that Turkish membersh ip poses a threat to the stability and security of the European Union. This article explains why Europe ne ds Turkey and… Expand
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