Over the last 20 years, in line with its multidimensional foreign policy, Turkey has been pursuing a more active opening-up policy toward many regions. Until the 1990s, Turkey's foreign policy was limited to the borders of NATO in the Western world. Since the 2000s, however, Turkey has embraced a new foreign policy strategy as a result of questioning and redefining its position in the global order.
This new strategy has diversified Turkey's foreign policy alternatives with a more independent stance and a strategy in the direction of its national interests. For Africa, Turkey declared 2005 the African year and accelerated the pace of its ties with the countries on the continent.
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