EU & TURKEY GAS
There is room for cooperation between Turkey and the European Union, but opportunities might easily fade away in the event of a sustained low-trust environment, where a weak engagement strategy and slow decision processes might reduce the scope for the Southern Gas Corridor (SGC). In other words, if Ankara was treated as the less-fortunate son, Brussels would not simply lose a partner, but would also endanger its energy security.
This was one of the views from a conference organised by Bruegel on Thursday, where the difference in mentality between knee-jerk reactions made-in-Turkey and European decisions based on platforms and roundtables was clearly underlined. Against this…
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