ANOTHER EMPIRE? A Decade of Turkey's Foreign Policy under by Kerem & Kadioglu, Ayse & Karli, Mehmet Öktem

By Kerem & Kadioglu, Ayse & Karli, Mehmet Öktem

Politicial technological know-how : forty three 309 pages.

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By Kerem & Kadioglu, Ayse & Karli, Mehmet Öktem

Politicial technological know-how : forty three 309 pages.

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They ascertain that the long lasting Turkey-EU relationship suffered a significant setback in the late 2000s, above all as a result of the contextual shift in the process of European integration, which has severed the linkage between the logics of deepening and widening. The resulting institutional stalemate was reinforced by recurrent cycles of economic crises, conjointly leading to a rather gloomy outlook for Europe and to an escalation in anti-Turkish sentiment. As the EU’s enlargement policy became the major victim of this downturn, the domestic ownership of the accession process became increasingly blurred in Turkey.

In other words, as Joseph Nye (2011) has correctly suggested, soft power should be smart power, and actors should be smart in making decisions and putting them into practice, calculating their power and capacity, and developing their strategies. Without a realistic strategy, capacity can be neither an asset nor leverage. The impact of the severe global economic crisis on the trading state and an emergent market capacity of Turkish foreign policy has forced Turkey to calculate its capacities rationally, and construct its strategic acts realistically.

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