Written by Peace Institute researcher Ana Frank, this book is the product of several years of work, language learning, reading of Turkish and other literature, and above all becoming familiar with Turkish society, history, and people.
PASOS and other networks are components in the European Union’s efforts to integrate with the Western Balkans and Turkey, according to an EU official who spoke at the association’s annual international conference.
Azerbaijan’s endorsement of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline project will increase European energy security, but will not weaken Russia’s monopoly zone in Central and Eastern Europe, according to the Center for Economic and Social Development.
This summer program for students from the European Union, the Southern Caucasus and Turkey aims to create mutual understanding between European countries, especially the Visegrad 4, and its eastern neighbors. Deadline to apply is July 1, 2013.
The European Academy of Diplomacy is holding this weeklong program June 3-7 devoted to exploring the current transformational processes in the Western Balkans region and Turkey from the European Union perspective.
This ICHD paper is based on the opinions offered by the participants of “Armenia-Turkish relations: 2012 -2015,” a December 2012 roundtable discussion attended by independent analysts, government officials, and representatives of international organizations.
This paper examines the new developments in the EU’s bilateral relations with Israel and Turkey and outlines some possible repercussions of the union’s policy toward the Southern Mediterranean.