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As two ancient civilizations historically bonded by trade, culture, and strategic thinking, Turkey and China are at the crossroads of an epochal shift at the beginning of the 21st century. China is pursuing a “China Dream” of renaissance in the coming years under President Xi Jinping, while Turkey is seeking to achieve its goals for the 100th anniversary of the Republic in 2023. As the world is rebalancing amidst monumental changes and as Eurasia becomes much more economically and strategically important, both Turkey and China would stand to gain enormously by exploring and pursuing avenues for greater cooperation as partners on a Silk Road to renaissance.
 
 
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Rıza Kadılar
Rıza Kadılar

Dr. Rıza Kadılar is a senior international investment banker. He also leads various non-profit organizations, including China Institute Turkey (ÇİTAM), where he serves as Founding Chairman.

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