Charlemagne: Turkish tales - The Economist

Charlemagne: Turkish tales

Charlemagne: Turkish tales - The Economist
Charlemagne: Turkish tales
Published Sep 11, 2004
1022 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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Would Turkish membership of the EU really suit America? WHEN George Bush stood on the banks of the Bosporus in June and called on the European Union to admit Turkey as a member, the European reaction was chilly. The EU must decide by...

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Turkey, United States
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