Title: Accesion of Turkey
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In 1987, Turkey was once again rejected from joining the EU, however this time based on both economic and political grounds. Today, the debate is mostly on basis of religion. Turkey is a muslim country, something that is not common with any other european country part of the EU. Even though Turkey's accession into the EU will come with its share of challenges, the outcome will be much more positive for both Turkey, the EU and the rest of the world...
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Turkey is a muslim country, something that is not common with any other european country part of the EU. Even though Turkey's accession into the EU will come with its share of challenges, the outcome will be much more positive for both Turkey, the EU and the rest of the world.
Even though the religion part of the debate in Turkey's accession is the least talked about in the media and on the forefront, it is the biggest issue that politicians from countries that are part of the EU face...
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