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In discussing the turmoil that has recently engulfed the Middle East, the author considers a parallel with Europe in the 17th century and the beginning of the Westphalian order. The author lays out his vision for the future of the region, which is predicated upon four main parameters: mutual acceptance among all the peoples of the Middle East, embracing the spirit of moderation and modernization, the quest for political stability, and economic cooperation. According to the author, regional dialogue is the first step towards building political consensus and realizing this vision. 

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Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu
Ekmeleddin İhsanoğluEkmeleddin İhsanoğlu is the former Secretary General of Organization of Islamic Cooperation - OIC (2004-13). He was a presidential candidate in the 2014 election and is a Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) parliamentary candidate in the upcoming 2015 general election.
Foreword As part of a new series of debates we hope to ignite on the evolving world order, TPQ’s Winter 2020/21 edition explores the question of how the US’s changing role amid ongoing tensions with global powers will shape the upcoming decade. Topics such as the Trump administration’s domestic and foreign policy decisions and its reflections on...
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