CIDOB participates as a partner in a project that will analyse the Future of EU-Turkey relations
The EU and Turkey face mounting challenges both in relation to one another and internationally. The EU has recently been confronted with a series of crises, e.g. in the economic and migration dimensions. These developments as well as the Brexit-question are likely to make differentiation a growing phenomenon. On the other hand, Turkey faces polarisation between different political forces, the state and civil society. The neighbourhood is unravelling to the east and south and a power shift is under way at global level. This questions the regional roles of Turkey and the EU.
Against this backdrop, FEUTURE’s research aims to:
FEUTURE provides excellence and pursues an ambitious, inspiring and innovative programme in a three-phased structure of elaboration, exploration and extrapolation. It applies an inter-temporal, interdisciplinary and international approach by analysing drivers within six thematic dimensions (politics, security, economics, energy, migration, identity) and across four levels of analysis (EU, Turkey, neighbourhood, global).
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 692976
Project Coordination: University of Cologne
Scientific Coordinator: Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)
Researchers involved in the project:
Ebru Ece Özbey; Hanna-Lisa Hauge; Bahar Rumelili and Atila Eralp
Beken Saatçioğlu; Funda Tekin; Sinan Ekim and Nathalie Tocci
Funda Tekin and Yesil Deniz
Hanna-Lisa Hauge; Ebru Ece Özbey; Atila Eralp and Wolfgang Wessels
George Berulava; Panagiota Manoli and Can Selçuki
Dustin Gilbreath and Can Selçuki
Thanos Dokos; Nathalie Tocci; Anja Palm and Can Kasapoğlu