Hamilton, Daniel S., Noi, Aylin Ünver,Altay, Serdar. (Eds.) () Turkey in the North Atlantic marketplace /MLA Citation
Hamilton, Daniel S., Noi, Aylin Ünver,Altay, Serdar,eds. Turkey In The North Atlantic Marketplace. : . Print.
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Turkey in the North Atlantic marketplace /
Daniel S. Hamilton, Aylin Ünver Noi, Serdar Altay, editors.
|Names:||Hamilton, Daniel S. | Noi, Aylin Ünver, | Altay, Serdar,|
|Published:||Washington, DC : Center for Transatlantic Relations, the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, |
|Topics:||POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / Trade & Tariffs|
|Regions:||Turkey - Commerce - North Atlantic Region. | North Atlantic Region - Commerce - Turkey. | Turkey - Commerce - European Union countries. | European Union countries - Commerce - Turkey.|
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (xxv, 291 pages) : illustrations, maps
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references.
|ISBN:||9781947661080 electronic book
1947661086 electronic book
|Summary:||For decades the partnership between North America and Europe has been a steady anchor in a world of rapid change. Today, however, the transatlantic partnership itself has become unsettled and uncertain. Nowhere is this clearer than in the economic sphere. Nonetheless, the European Union and the United States remain each other's largest and most profitable markets. And as Europe changes, extended value chains across non-EU Europe have become important to the bottom line of many companies from the United States, Europe, and other parts of the world. Given both the danger of fragmentation and opportunities that exist for deeper economic interaction, it is time to consider new initiatives that include, but go beyond the U.S.-EU partnership to embrace allies and partners across the entire North Atlantic space. The concept of the North Atlantic Marketplace would include non-EU European countries in a broad North Atlantic commercial architecture. Turkey's evolving commercial ties to the EU and the United States are central to such considerations. In this book, leading experts develop possible ways forward to anchor Turkey in the West by further deepening economic ties between Turkey and its transatlantic partners in the North Atlantic Marketplace.
|Restrictions:||Available to current SIUC students, faculty, and staff.
Hamilton, Daniel S. (Daniel Sheldon), 1955- editor.
Noi, Aylin Ünver, editor.
Altay, Serdar, editor.