Event:

Turkey’s policies for engagement in the contemporary world [WP1031]

Map of Turkey

Key points: 

  • As Turkey’s EU accession process slows, is Turkey increasingly focusing on its Eastern and Southern neighbours?
  • How are Turkey’s relations with Iran, Israel, Middle Eastern countries, Russia and Central Asian countries in particular evolving?
  • Can Turkey’s accession negotiations with the EU gain new momentum?

Wilton Park’s close relationship with the Foreign Office and its ability to act as a neutral space for broad and open dialogue is a valuable force for progress on many of today’s global issues. Wilton Park’s role now, is as innovative as it was when it began over 60 years ago after the Second World War as an initiative of Sir Winston Churchill.

Lord Howell of Guildford, Minister of State, FCO
Date:
Thu 24 - Sun 27 March, 2011
Venue:

Conrad Istanbul

Cihannuma Mahallesi
Saray Caddesi No5 Besiktas
Istanbul, 34353
Turkey
Tel: +90 212 310 2525
Guest Fax: +90  212 259 6667
Conrad Istanbul

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Event no:
WP1031
Themes:
Conflict prevention, resolution and state building, Multilateral institutions, key countries and regions
Tags:
EU, Turkey

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