Bringing Turkey back to the EU debate (Commentary)
Shunned by the EU with membership talks effectively blocked, Turkey feels empowered. It is no longer on the European periphery, but at the centre of its own world.
by Mark Leonard - 15th November, 2012
EU - Turkey relations: A glimmer of hope? (Commentary)
Dimitar Bechev - 24 July 2012
Relations between the EU and Turkey have hit such lows over the past few years that even marginal improvements look like big breakthroughs. However, positive momentum is building up thanks to the new French President Francois Hollande and a pragmatic Cypriot EU Council presidency.
The year of the HUBRICS (Commentary)
Daniel Korski - 12 January 2012
With Europe and much of the West facing a seemingly painful decline, attention continues to shift to the BRICS and the world's other rising powers. But are these countries overplaying their hands as the cracks begin to show in their economic virility?
by Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 13th March, 2019
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