The need for a major advance in the area of culture is a frequent topic of discussion. As Turkey’s president remarked in a speech, “Education and culture remain the weakest links in the great transformation of the past 14 years.” It’s heartening for advocates of education and culture to hear that the government will focus on these areas now. All the same, we must examine why those links have remained weak for so long and determine how to focus new efforts to contribute to social development. Turkey ranks lower on the UN Human Development Index than it does in indices of economic development; the data indicate that by comparison we’re less developed in education and culture. We hope that a breakthrough here will improve our position in human development. My question to both of you is, what kind of cultural breakthrough should we envision?