After the Second World War European states engaged to build a new future without wars in the old continent. France and Germany took the initiative to create the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC). The number of member states increased with time. Also Turkey began the steps to join the union. Its road toward integration is difficult with ups and downs. The Arab Spring, Syrian conflict, refugee crisis and war against terrorism influenced the process. In this paper we will treat one of the main problems today for the EU and Turkey: Refugee Crisis. How did the EU and Member States respond to refugee crisis? What did Turkey do by its own? Did the deal on the refugees between the EU and Turkey resolve the problems?
Joana Ruçi-Assistant of Turkish Maarif Foundation Directorate in Albania.She obtained her MSc degree at University of Tirana in the field of Private Law.She is attending her second Master in International Relations at Gazi University, Ankara.Her research interests are law and international relations. Participant in various international activities.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
the European Union, Turkey, Refugee Problem
POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations