Secure Europe & Turkey: Secure World
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Adana Science and Technology University (Turkey, Adana)
Publication date: 2019-03-01
Submission date: 2018-10-28
Acceptance date: 2019-01-14
Intercultural Communication 2019;6(1):279–288
Security and secure society are important concepts in today’s world. These two concepts are crucial in daily life of individual to feel secure and to focus on every day events, such as job, education, life styles, survival etc. In this context, security and secure society are in process in daily routines for individuals for a macro environment. In this article this process will be examined in the framework of European Union, Turkey’s membership process and the projections of world’s security in general.

In this article it will be tried to elaborate the concept of security in general for world and in specific for Europe and Turkey.

Material and methods:
The work uses a method of critical analysis of scientific sources and the results of practical experience, structural and functional analysis, systematization, and generalization.

Addressing the EU's relations with key countries in Middle-East and the south Caucasus and Turkey will provide sound insights into the major problems facing by this region as well as into the key advances and remaining challenges in the political, economic social and geostrategic relationships between the EU and Turkey. This will allow for identifying significant policy implications for the EU's approach to each of the countries individually and to the region overall.

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