Turkish Perceptions of the European Union 2022
9:00am - 10:30am EDT
3:00pm - 4:30pm CEST
4:00pm - 5:30pm EEST
About this event
While not one of the key drivers, public opinion has increasingly become an important factor impacting foreign policy. The Turkish Perceptions of the European Union survey aims to reflect on Turkish public opinion toward the European Union, Turkey’s EU accession process, the reform process, and Turkish foreign policy in general. The field study of this year’s survey was conducted during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, making the results even more important.
The survey provides responses to questions such as “Whom should Turkey cooperate with on international relations?”, “How would you vote if there was a referendum on Turkey’s EU accession?” and “What role should Turkey play in the face of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?”
Please join us for this virtual panel where the survey results will be presented and discussed.
If you have any questions, please contact Annika Vollmer at [email protected].
This online event is part of a series of events and analyses organized as part of the GMF-TOBB Fellowship on Turkey, Europe, and Global Issues launched by GMF in partnership with the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) in 2017.
Kadri TastanNon-Resident Senior Fellow
Kadri Tastan is a nonresident senior fellow in GMF’s Brussels office. His research focuses on Türkiye, the EU, transatlantic relations, energy, climate, and trade. Prior to joining GMF, he was an expert on European affairs and ...
Senem Aydin DüzgitProfessor of International Relations, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Sabanci University
Günter SeufertDirector, The Centre for Applied Turkey Studies German Institute for International Security Affairs
Ian LesserVice President, GMF South & Executive Director, Brussels Office
Ian Lesser is vice president of GMF and a member of its executive team. He also serves as executive director of the Brussels office and leads the organization’s work on transatlantic relations involving the Mediterranean and Tu...