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Project: Enhancing Visibility of the Academic Dialogue on EU-Turkey Cooperation - VIADUCT

Funding Source: Erasmus+ Programme, Jean Monnet Networks

Participant Institutions: UCOL – University of Cologne (Germany), CU – Cambridge University (United Kingdom), CUP – Charles University Prague (Czech Rep.), ELIAMEP – Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (Greece), ETHZ – ETH Zurich (Switzerland), FIIA – The Finnish Institute of International Affairs (Finland), HU – HU Berlin (Germany), IEP – Intutut für Europäische Politik (Germany), SCIENCESPO – Sciences Po Grenoble (France), LUX – University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg), MU – Maastrich University (Netherlands), SU – Sabanci University (Turkey), UCD – University College Dublin (Ireland), VU – Vilnius University (Lithuania), WVPU – Webster University Vienna (Austria), ARENA – Centre for European Studies of Oslo (Norway), AUC – The American University in Cairo (Egypt), CIDOB – Barcelona Centre for European Studies (Denmark), CRPE – Romanian Centre for European Policies (Romania), DIIS – Dansk Institut for Internationale Studies (Denmark), IAI – Istituto Affari Internazionali (Italy), IESIR – Comenius University Bratislava (Slovakia), IIA – University of Iceland (Iceland), GFSIS – Georgian Foundation for International Studies (Georgia), IMO – IRMO Zagreb (Croatia), IWE – Institute for World Economic (Hungary), LIIA – Latvian Institute for International Affairs (Latvia), MERI – Middle East Research Institute (Iraq), METU – Middle East Technical University (Turkey), Plovdiv University (Bulgaria), SIIA – Swedish Institute for International Affairs (Sweden), TAU – Turkish-German University (Turkey), TEL – Tel Aviv University (Israel), UC – University of Nicosia (Cyprus), UL – University of Ljubljana (Slovenia), IPRI-NOVA/Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal), UOM – University of Malta (Malta), UT – University of Tartu (Estonia), KU – Koc University (Turkey), COE – College of Europe, Natolin Campus (Belgium/Poland).

Timeframe: September 2017 - August 2020

Abstract: VIADUCT’s general objective is fostering substantiate academic and policy dialogue as well as building knowledge on EU-Turkey relations as a ‘moving target’. To this end it aims at improving and enhancing teaching and research on this topic. VIADUCT’s target groups are academics, students and practitioners, together with the wider public and civil society. To research and analyse the future of EU-Turkey relations, VIADUCT identifies four possible scenarios: (1) Managing the fragile status quo; (2) Extending and upgrading existing forms of cooperation such as the Customs Union and refugee deal; (3) Reactivation of the accession process; (4) Dealing with a difficult or even hostile neighbour. 

Members of the Team:

Ana Santos Pinto
José Pedro Teixeira Fernandes
Nuno Severiano Teixeira (Coordinator)

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