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The Main Principles of  Turkish Foreign Policy

Turkey, since its establishment as a Republic, has consistently pursued a foreign policy aimed at international peace based on the dictum “Peace at home, peace in the world”, expressed by the Republic’s founding father and first president, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.

The main principles of Turkish foreign policy are as follows: to establish friendly and compatible relations primarily with her neighbors and all countries; to participate in international cooperation activities in all fields; to resolve issues of dispute peacefully; and to contribute to regional and international peace, stability, security and welfare. One of the main principles of Turkey’s foreign policy as stated in the Misak-ı Milli (National Pact) is to respect the independence and territorial integrity of all nations in the world.

In line with the Western ideal it has been pursuing for well over 150 years, Turkey proceeded to establish its political and legal systems on modern, secular European models. In 1932, Turkey joined the League of Nations to enhance its own security through collective efforts and to establish its place as a modern state in the international community. At the same time, Turkey has adopted a policy of developing good relations with all countries, and in particular, with its neighbors. In line with this policy, Turkey played a prominent role in the establishment of the Balkan Entente of 1934 comprising Turkey, Greece, Romania and Yugoslavia, and the Sadabad Pact comprising Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan.
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At the end of the Second World War, Turkey became a founding member of the United Nations (UN). Turkey accepted the Universal Charter of Human Rights in 1949 and became a member of the Council of Europe  the same year. Turkey also acted together with the Western countries in the field of defense, and joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 1952. Turkey has also been actively participating in all the activities of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) since its establishment in 1960. In 1963, Turkey became an associate member of the European Economic Community (EEC) with an Association Agreement that aimed at  eventual full membership. Thus, Turkey has strengthened its integration with Europe and the Western world through its membership in the major international and regional political, economic and defense institutions.

As Turkey steadily developed its economy and consolidated its democracy in the aftermath of the Second World War, the country’s relations with the wider international community grew. In the 1970s, Turkey’s improving relations with the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact countries made it something of a catalyst in the international climate of “detente”. Especially at the beginning of the 1980s, Turkey exerted considerable efforts to further improve its relations with the Islamic countries and after the disintegration of the Soviet Union, with the Central Asian Republics and the other countries in the Black Sea region. With its democratic institutions, secular system, free market economy, respect for law, human rights and fundamental freedoms, Turkey is in a position to act as a role model for these newly emerging countries and the Islamic countries. In 1987, Turkey applied for full membership in the European Community (EC), and a Customs Union between Turkey and the European Union (EU) has been in effect since January 1, 1996.

Turkey has also promoted such regional cooperation projects as  the  Black  Sea  Economic  Cooperation  and  an
enlarged Economic Cooperation Organization and actively participates in the Mediterranean cooperative projects.

In the post-Cold War period, the center of Eurasia has shifted towards Turkey. Turkey has good neighborly relations with a number of countries which have different regimes and concepts of the world, and is an element of stability in one of the most unstable regions in the world.

Turkey and European Union Relations. Turkey, to further develop its political and economic relations with Europe, applied for associate membership in the European Economic Community (EEC) one year after the Treaty of Rome which established the EEC (1957). The Ankara Agreement, signed between Turkey and the  EEC in  1963,

aimed at securing Turkey’s full membership. An Additional Protocol was concluded between Turkey and the EEC in 1973, which established the framework and conditions for the transitional stage of the association.

During the 1970s, there was a standstill in Turkey’s relations with the Community, mainly due to economic and political reasons. After 1983, however, progress resumed and a new momentum began juniors wholesale jeans in Istanbul – Turkey, which culminated in Turkey’s application for full membership on April 14, 1987. In 1989, the European Commission found Turkey eligible for full membership, yet deferred the in depth analysis of Turkey’s application until the  emergence   of   a   more  favorable  environment.  The Commission’s opinion was endorsed by the EC Council in 1990. On March 6, 1995, the Turkey-EU Association Council decided to conclude the Customs Union between Turkey and the EU, effective as of January 1, 1996, and the European Parliament subsequently gave its assent. The Customs Union went into effect as planned. Turkey removed the customs duties on goods subject to the Customs Union, and started to apply the EU’s Common External Tariff for third countries.
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