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  • WebMemo posted February 2, 2011 by Morgan Lorraine Roach, Sally McNamara How the EU’s Prevarication Advances the AKP’s Agenda in Turkey

    In 2005, Turkey formally fulfilled the European Union’s “Copenhagen Criteria” to achieve official candidate status. However, the EU has not negotiated with Ankara in good faith, and Turkey’s membership prospects are badly stalled. Unfortunately, the EU’s contrived negotiating position has provided the AKP with an opportunity to pursue an agenda that better reflects…

  • WebMemo posted September 17, 2010 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Turkey’s Referendum: A Looming Challenge to U.S. Interests?

    On September 12, 2010, Turkey took an important political step away from its secular nature—and, indirectly, away from its alliance with the United States and NATO. Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan forced a nationwide referendum to accept or reject 26 constitutional amendments for an up-or-down vote. The referendum passed 58 percent to 42 percent, a victory that Erdogan…

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  • WebMemo posted February 2, 2011 by Morgan Lorraine Roach, Sally McNamara How the EU’s Prevarication Advances the AKP’s Agenda in Turkey

    In 2005, Turkey formally fulfilled the European Union’s “Copenhagen Criteria” to achieve official candidate status. However, the EU has not negotiated with Ankara in good faith, and Turkey’s membership prospects are badly stalled. Unfortunately, the EU’s contrived negotiating position has provided the AKP with an opportunity to pursue an agenda that better reflects…

  • WebMemo posted September 17, 2010 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Turkey’s Referendum: A Looming Challenge to U.S. Interests?

    On September 12, 2010, Turkey took an important political step away from its secular nature—and, indirectly, away from its alliance with the United States and NATO. Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan forced a nationwide referendum to accept or reject 26 constitutional amendments for an up-or-down vote. The referendum passed 58 percent to 42 percent, a victory that Erdogan…

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  • WebMemo posted February 2, 2011 by Morgan Lorraine Roach, Sally McNamara How the EU’s Prevarication Advances the AKP’s Agenda in Turkey

    In 2005, Turkey formally fulfilled the European Union’s “Copenhagen Criteria” to achieve official candidate status. However, the EU has not negotiated with Ankara in good faith, and Turkey’s membership prospects are badly stalled. Unfortunately, the EU’s contrived negotiating position has provided the AKP with an opportunity to pursue an agenda that better reflects…

  • WebMemo posted September 17, 2010 by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. Turkey’s Referendum: A Looming Challenge to U.S. Interests?

    On September 12, 2010, Turkey took an important political step away from its secular nature—and, indirectly, away from its alliance with the United States and NATO. Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan forced a nationwide referendum to accept or reject 26 constitutional amendments for an up-or-down vote. The referendum passed 58 percent to 42 percent, a victory that Erdogan…

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