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Veritator
26-11-13, 11:30
Which nation or country is more European: Turkey or Georgia?

Which ethnicity is more European: Turks or Georgians?

Take all possible factors into account.

Brokensword
26-11-13, 12:00
You sound like you are an ex-member of The Apricity forum ..

albanopolis
26-11-13, 22:05
I agree, stupid thread.

Veritator
26-11-13, 23:09
I agree, stupid thread.

Are you implying that the Apricity forum has stupid threads, sir?:grin:

Cfare eshte mendimi juaj ne lidhje me forumin Apricity? A keni marre pjese ne ate forum, meqera fjala?

Veritator
26-11-13, 23:27
A e din se cfare tjeter eshte budalla...se keto vende konsiderohen evrop, ne radhe te pare.

Veritator
26-11-13, 23:37
Breaking down and exploring the topic question:

What are the cultural elements that Turkey and Georgia share with Europe?

Which nation is culturally closer to European nations, in a relative sense or in general terms?

Determine which country/nation has more cultural elements in common with Europe.

Which nation is more compatible with European values and standards, overall?

Which nation has more historical ties with Europe: Turkey or Georgia? And in what ways?

Please discuss.

LeBrok
29-11-13, 01:46
Breaking down and exploring the topic question:

What are the cultural elements that Turkey and Georgia share with Europe?

Which nation is culturally closer to European nations, in a relative sense or in general terms?

Determine which country/nation has more cultural elements in common with Europe.

Which nation is more compatible with European values and standards, overall?

Which nation has more historical ties with Europe: Turkey or Georgia? And in what ways?

Please discuss.
Why would you want to know who is "more" European?

Cambrius (The Red)
29-11-13, 02:46
BS thread.

Veritator
05-12-13, 09:59
Why would you want to know who is "more" European?

I am interested in what people think about this question, and how they approach it.

I am interested in the arguments for the "European-ness" of these countries specifically, and I'm curious to find out what people usually associate with the European world.

I am interested in surveying what people think makes a country or culture "European".
This is what I thought this forum was (at least in part) about:grin: