With the "yes" vote winning in the April 16 Referendum, a new process has begun where Turkey, the regional playmaker in Eurasia, will establish a global vision. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who has always led the way for firsts in his political career, and the Justice and Development Party, will carry the party's vision from a regional to a global spectrum. The presidential government model that found life with the referendum on the constitution is one of the headlines of the "global vision" Turkey will embrace in the global political economy. From April 17 onward, Turkey has embarked on its "global vision."
President Erdoğan's world tour and the international summits and meetings he will attend in May alone provide the necessary hints to guess what the "global vision" entails. The presidential government system, a parliament that will, in real terms, gain its operability, a judicial system reflecting the will of society, a new growth model, Turkey's Sovereign Wealth Fund, Turkey's new "friends" on the global level, and the joint global projects that will be carried out with these friendly nations, make up the most important pieces of the new "global vision." President Erdoğan's statement "the world is bigger than five" is one of the most important mottos in Turkey's new "global vision." Turkey, under the leadership of Erdoğan, will initiate a fight against injustices, like negligence and unrighteousness, which block solutions to global problems. This is why all of Erdoğan's speeches and statements during his India visit were welcomed with curiosity and admiration.
Professor Gulshan Sachdeva from Jawaharlal Nehru University has stated that Erdoğan's New Delhi visit, his first official overseas visit since the referendum result, was closely followed by meetings in other countries. New global players for the near future, such as India, China, and Russia, want to establish strategic cooperation with Turkey on information technologies, air and space technologies, energy, especially in renewable energy, infrastructure, and construction projects. All the critical players in the world should read the positive contributions made by Turkey over the next 10 challenging years and its calls for strategic partnerships from President Erdoğan's "global vision."
India's political, economic, and non-governmental organization circles have attributed high importance to President Erdoğan's visit to India. This visit was described as the "rediscovery of two old friends." Collaboration opportunities are of critical importance for both countries to explore each other's strength and potential. Many opinions were presented about the two countries sharing experiences and carrying out projects, developing products, and investing in infrastructure in the fields of energy, renewable energy, IT technologies, transportation, and communications. Turkey's political and economic relations and cultural links with the West have been followed closely in Asia for a long time, such as its relation with NATO. Turkey has been a member of many of the political, military, and economic cooperation organizations in the western alliance since their establishment and is the most significant military power in NATO, after the U.S.
This is why, on the Asian side, the reasons and the consequences of the fractures in relations between Turkey and the West, especially over the last five years, are objects of curiosity. Having said that, as the comments and points-of-view toward the reasons and consequences of this fracture are always based on the biased and brutal commentaries in the western media, the details shared at the five meetings and visits that took place in India were very effective for the better understanding of Turkey's new regional and global position. Notably, President Erdoğan's "the world is bigger than five" message has made a tremendous impact in India.
When the content of the message was transmitted in terms of resolving injustices at a global level, and of "inclusive" growth and welfare, Turkey's assumed role - under the leadership of President Erdoğan - becomes clearer. Of course, the failed coup attempt on July 15 and the referendum of April 16 are matters of continuing concern. For the sake of public diplomacy, explaining in detail and face-to-face - not in the media of other countries - the role and goals of Turkey in Eurasia and its region as an "inclusive" playmaker, provides the necessary clues on why opportunities of collaboration with Turkey are important for economies such as India and China.
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