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On 24 November, the European Parliament passed a resolution calling for a freeze in Turkey’s process of accession to the EU.
The visit of the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, to Turkey on 10 October signals a return to the instrumental partnership.
On 19th September President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the end of the first stage of the Turkish intervention in Syria and the beginning of another one.
Immediately after the failure of the attempted military coup, the President of Turkey has began a strict crackdown on its alleged organisers.
The change in Turkey’s stance towards Russia is part of a wider revision of its policy.
The new prime minister’s term in office will probably contribute to an acceleration of the consolidation of power in the president’s hands.
Ankara's behaviour calls into question both the abolition of visas and the implementation of the joint plan for the migration crisis.
The takeover of Feza Publications is another instalment in the fight against the opposition media in Turkey.
The current dialogue has radically changed the nature of the relationship between the EU and Turkey, and significantly raises the status of Turkey itself.
The attack indicates that Turkey’s entanglement in the war in Syria has real implications for its internal situation.