3 Mayıs 2017 Çarşamba

Turkey, India and the new world order

by Cemil Ertem

The East is about to catch up with the West in two basic regions: One is Asia Pacific and the other is the vast Asian territory that starts from Turkey and reaches China, passing through Russia and the Caucasus in the north and Pakistan and India in the south. These two big regions are converging, taking Turkey as a center. Certainly, Latin America and Africa will be added to it, and a new period of peace and welfare in the world will emerge from here.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan made a significant speech during his visit to India, saying that the poor East is catching up with the rich West, emphasizing that eastern and southern counties must have equal representation in all institutions, especially the United Nations, that lead the world. Erdoğan's statements in India, condemning Western colonialism and India's emergence under the leadership of philosophers and politicians like Mahatma Gandhi, give important clues about the new world order. 

Erdoğan stated that the European and American-centric political and economic order that was established after World War II no longer meets the needs of humanity today. This is one of the most important political remarks of the 21st century and it is quite significant that it was made in India.


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