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This section comprises of the summary of the report published in 3 June 2010 by the Transatlantic Academy. The report explores issues such as economy, energy, democracy promotion and migration in Turkey’s neighborhood at “a new era of regional diplomacy” and evaluates the impact of Davutğlu’s “zero problems with neighbors” policy. Calling on Turkey’s foreign policy to be analyzed “on its own terms,” the report incorporates the effect of Turkey’s changing domestic dynamics and complex neighborhood and tackles the following question: “Are Turkish foreign policy problems ‘getting to zero’?”

 

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