EU Pre-accession Process of Turkey – Determinants and Prospects

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Szymański, A. (2015). EU Pre-accession Process of Turkey – Determinants and Prospects. Przegląd Politologiczny, (1), 7–20.


This article concerns the current pre-accession process of Turkey and the question of its prospects. In order to answer this question the author conducts an in-depth analysis of factors that can influence the process on three main levels: EU (i.e. general political and economic situation, EU enlargement policy, EU institutions), member states and Turkey. He wants to verify the hypothesis that although the situation in this candidate country is crucial for the future of Turkey-EU relations, the decisive factors are in the EU and member states. The pre-accession process of Turkey will be continued but its pace and course will depend to a large extent on the position of the main Union’s powers, the clear vision of the EU as well as the economic/political situation and public feelings in Europe.


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