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Europeanization of Turkey and the Long Way to EU Membership

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For a few decades, Europe watches Turkey evolution in a matter of politics, policy, policies, human rights and so on. Everything begins in 1959 when Turkey applies to associate membership to the European Economic Community. But unfortunately for Turkey, the accession to the Community was not to accomplish. In time, the European Economic Community became the European Union. The organization pass through the enlargement process multiple times that today it is the Union of the 28 countries, but still without Turkey as a member. After all this time, a question is raised: what drags Turkey from achieving the membership status in all this time? In this paper, we try to answer the above question through the Europeanization spectrum.

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International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 86)
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1-9
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D. Gavrilov, "Europeanization of Turkey and the Long Way to EU Membership", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 86, pp. 1-9, 2019
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March 2019
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