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EU conditionality in Turkey, when does it work? When does it fail?, edited by Cenap Çakmak and Ali Onur Özçelik

This collection of essays discusses the concept of conditionality within the context of Turkey-EU relations. The contributors analyze the dynamics of conditionality focusing on how, when and under what conditions it works or fails
Table Of Contents
Introduction / Ali Onur Özçelik and Cenap Çakmak -- Expectations, benchmarks, and tensions : exploring Turkey's political U-turn from Brussels / Anthony Costello -- The rule of law as "arrested development" : the Turkish experiments with the political condition / Mustafa Yaylalı -- The collapse of Turkey's three-pillar engagement policy as a part of reversed third wave / Devrim Şahin and Ahmet Sözen -- A search for effective governance at the cost of Turkey's EU democratization process / Devrim Şahin and Ahmet Sözen -- Turkey on the frontline between the West and the Middle East : a buffer state or more? / Devrim Şahin and Ahmet Sözen -- EU accession process and women's rights in Turkey : the effects on family values and culture / Cenap Çakmak and Ali Onur Özçelik -- The EU's civil society conditionality in Turkey : applying a gramscian lens to procedural diffusion / Sinem Bal -- EU conditionality in the Europeanization of Turkey's environmental policy / Neriman Hocaoğlu Bahadir -- A negating condition(ality)--the EU migration externalization and Turkey / Seven Erdogan and Hüsrev Tabak -- OECDization, Europeanization, and particularism in Turkey's development assistance / Veysel Tekdal and Ali Onur Özçelik -- Conclusion / Cenap Çakmak and Ali Onur Özçelik
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non fiction
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1 online resource (241 pages)
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