NATO-AB i̇lişkilerinde i̇şbirliǧi ve çatişma dinamikleri

Translated title of the contribution: Dynamics of cooperation and conflict in NATO-EU relations

Sinem Akgül Açikmeşe, Cihan Dizdaroǧlu

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Abstract

NATO's supremacy in the security and defence structures of the Euro-Atlantic region during the Cold War era has prevented the development of a self-sustained European security mechanism. With the end of the Cold War, specifically with the St. Malo Summit in 1998 which was a breakthrough in the advancement of the Common Security and Defence Policy, the NATO-EU relationship became pronounced. Since then, opportunities for and difficulties of collaboration have both defined this inter-institutional relationship between NATO and the EU. Despite a series of arrangements for strengthening the institutional framework of NATO- EU relations as well as the Berlin-plus agreements, the argument of an effective cooperation between two organizations would be misguided. Particularly, discrimination against the non-EU NATO allies as well as the existence of challenges such as decoupling and duplication are hampering progress in NATO-EU relations. This article aims at shedding a light on the limited cooperation between these two organizations by focusing on the current challenges.

Original languageTurkish
Pages (from-to)131-163
Number of pages33
JournalUluslararasi Iliskiler
Volume10
Issue number40
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2014
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Berlin-plus
  • CSDP
  • Cyprus
  • NATO-EU Relations

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Political Science and International Relations

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