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1. A Post-2014 Vision for Turkey-Africa Relations

2. EU-Turkey Relations in the Context of the Middle East after the Arab Spring

3. Turkey Facing East: Islam, Modernity and Foreign Policy

4. The Turkish Economy During the Justice and Development Party Decade

5. Debating Security in Turkey: Challenges and Changes in the Twenty-First Century

6. Turkey's European Future: Behind the Scenes of America's Influence on EU-Turkey Relations

7. Foreign Policy after Tahrir Revolution: (Re)-Defining the Role of Egypt in the Middle East

8. Theorizing the Transformation of Turkish Foreign Policy

9. A Golden Age of Relations: Turkey and the Western Balkans During the AK Party Period

10. The New Era In Turkish Foreign Policy: Critiques And Challenges

11. The Evolution of Turkey's Foreign Policy under the AK Party Government

12. Civilizational Discourse, the 'Alliance of Civilizations' and Turkish Foreign Policy

13. The Rise of Radical Liberal Discourse in Turkish Foreign Policy

14. Bringing the European Union Back on the Agenda of Turkish Foreign Policy

15. Introducing the FPC-TR Dataset: Dimensions of AK Party Foreign Policy

16. Institutional Change in Turkey The Impact of European Union Reforms on Human Rights and Policing, Leila Piran

17. The Wisdom of Syria's Waiting Game Foreign Policy Under the Assads, Bente Scheller

18. The Effect of New Turkish Foreign Policy on International Trade

19. Imperial Legacies and Neo-Ottomanism: Eastern Europe and Turkey

20. Hoca: Türk Dış Politikasında Davutoğlu Etkisi (Teacher: The Davutoğlu Effect in Turkish Foreign Policy)

21. US Presidents and Foreign Policy Mistakes

22. Rationalization of Turkey-Iran Relations: Prospects and Limits

24. The Geopolitics of Support for Turkey's EU Accession: A View from Lithuania

25. The Rise of Turkish Gaullism: Getting Turkish-American Relations Right

26. Multiple Faces of the "New" Turkish Foreign Policy: Underlying Dynamics and a Critique

27. Economy as the 'Practical Hand' of 'New Turkish Foreign Policy': A Political Economy Explanation

28. Turkey's Neighborhood Policy: An Emerging Complex Interdependence?

29. Businessmen as Diplomats: The Role of Business Associations in Turkey's Foreign Economic Policy

30. Whither an Axis Shift: A Perspective from Turkey's Foreign Trade

31. Turkish Foreign Policy in the Balkans and "Neo-Ottomanism": A Personal Account

32. The New Middle East and the United States: What to Expect After the Uprisings?

33. Turkish Foreign Policy in 2009: A Year of Pro-activity

34. AK Party's Foreign Policy: Is Turkey Turning Away from the West?

35. Turkey's Iran Policy: Between Diplomacy and Sanctions

36. Turkey as a Regional Energy Hub

37. The EU and Turkey in Energy Diplomacy

38. Regional Energy Equations and Turkish Foreign Policy: The Middle East and the CIS

39. "Potential Roles for Turkey as a Rising Regional Actor in Eurasia

40. Editor's Note

41. Between Crises and Cooperation: The Future of Turkish-Israeli Relations

42. Sarkozy's Policy in the Middle-East: A Break with the Past?

43. Turkey in the UN Security Council: Its Elections and Performance

44. Yakub Halabi, US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: From Crises to Change

45. Editor's Note

46. Turkey and the Alliance of Civilizations: Norm Adoption as a Survival Strategy

47. The Davutoğlu Era in Turkish Foreign Policy

48. Obama's Turkey Policy: Bringing Credibility to "Strategic Partnership"

49. Charting Turkish Diplomacy in the Gaza Conflict

50. Debating Turkey in the Middle East: The Dawn of a New Geo-Political Imagination?

51. Torn Identities and Foreign Policy: The Case of Turkey and Japan

52. Modernity, Identity and Turkey's Foreign Policy

53. Europeanization and Nationalism in the Turkish-Greek Rapprochement

54. Learning Strategic Depth: Implications of Turkey's New Foreign Policy Doctrine

55. Will Georgia Go North? On Democracy and Regional Security in the Caucasus