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Briefing on EU-Turkey relations after the US crisis

Briefing on EU-Turkey relations after the US crisis


23 August 2018

Turkey is looking to Europe to offset the economic impact of the crisis with the US

  • Turkey is seeking to decrease its dependence on the West
  • But the EU remains crucial to the prospects of the Turkish economy
  • The crisis with the US has therefore created the opportunity to renew Turkey-EU relations

The recent row between Turkey and the US has seen Ankara accelerate efforts to further diversify its foreign relations. But such ambitions face considerable restraints, with Turkish policy makers therefore turning back to the EU as they seek to bolster the troubled economy…

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