The urgent need to settle Turkey’s Kurdish question
The turmoil in the Middle East is giving added urgency to a settlement of Turkey’s Kurdish question. There are signs of compromise on the part of the Kurdish militants, the PKK, and a relaxation of attitudes by the government. But a settlement still looks a long way off. The first in a two-part report looks at the origins of the conflict and chances of a settlement.
<i>Relations between the Turkish state and the Kurdish minority have improved, in principle, under the government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He is seeking a political solution to the Kurdish question while many Kurdish nationalists are no longer pursuing the establishment of an independent Kurdish...
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