The long duration of negotiations on migration along with growing economic and security difficulties in Turkey have led to growing Euroscepticism in the state.
Author profile: Çiğdem Üstün
Çiğdem Üstün is Associate Prof. in EU Studies and is affiliated with the Association of Development, Migration and Social Policies (DEMIS), in Izmir, Turkey. Her Research interests are EU-Turkey Relations, EU neighbourhood policy and Turkish foreign policy. Some of her publications include: Turkey and European Security Defence Policy: Compatibility and Security Cultures in a Globalised World, 320 pp., NY, USA, IB Tauris, 2010; Turkey’s Policies in its Overlapping Neighbourhood with Russia and the EU, in Security in Shared Neighbourhoods Foreign Policy of Russia, Turkey and the EU, Rémi Piet and Licínia Simão (eds), Palgrave, 2016; Russia-Turkey: from honeymoon to rivalry a return to the ghosts of the past?, Cicero Foundation Great Debate Paper No. 16/04, April 2016.