Turkey's Kurdish Challenge

Published In: Survival, v. 53, no. 4, Aug.-Sep. 2011, p. 143-152

Posted on RAND.org on August 01, 2011

by F. Stephen Larrabee, Gonul Tol

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A Turkish failure to adequately address Kurdish concerns in drafting the new constitution could undercut its ability to act as a successful model for peaceful democratic change in the Middle East.

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