Based on the trajectory of the conflicts in Greece and Turkey the article shows how border EU practices affect the ability of resolving these conflicts in the EU at its external borders. The document is based on the EU’s comparative knowledge about the problems between the two countries. Although conflicts between Greece and Turkey have long roots in history, the two States have also enjoyed periods of cooperation.
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Bahar Rumelili, Associate Professor and Jean Monnet Chair of the Department of international relations of the Koc University (Istanbul)