Turkey’s elections on 14 May carry with them the possibility of ousting Recep Tayyip Erdoğan from power after two decades as either prime minister or president. This raises the prospect of a possible reset in EU-Turkey relations. However, how wide-ranging and substantive of a policy agenda is there that can sustainably alter the momentum and direction of ties between Ankara and Brussels? Will the interests of individual EU member states and entrenched political structures in Turkey make any genuine reset difficult? And how much will Turkey’s next government actually be able to alter course from Ankara’s current approach to relations with Moscow?