Possible Impacts and Potential Benefits from Turkey in the EU’s Enlargement Process

Abdullah Yuhannan

Özet


EU’s enlargement is a tool for extending the borders of European values and aiming to consolidating stability and security for the benefit of all across the continent. Turkey, on the other hand, has made significant steps to become a member in the EU’s enlargement process. However, reaching for a full member are remain unsuccessful, due to many self-limited dimensions and various arguments. The purposes of this study was to develop understanding of the arguments against Turkey’s membership and trying to answer questions, how enlargement to Turkey’s EU member is a great opportunity for the EU. This investigation focuses on various empirical studies which will analyze whether is it valid to agree that Turkey could be an asset. Based on the findings of this investigation, it was concluded that the EU may benefit if it accepts Turkey’s EU membership on social, strong economic, political and security matters.

Possible Impacts and Potential Benefits                                                                               from Turkey in the EU’s Enlargement Process                                       


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