The Militant Kurds

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The Militant Kurds
Author : Vera Eccarius-Kelly
File Size : 40,8 Mb
Publisher : ABC-CLIO
Language : English
Release Date : 09 December 2022
ISBN : 9780313364686
Pages : 258 pages
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The Militant Kurds by Vera Eccarius-Kelly Book PDF Summary

This extensive examination of the Kurdish conflict in Turkey, Iraq, Germany, and the EU focuses on the history and development of the Kurdish Workers Party (PKK) and its impact on transnational security, human rights, and democratization. * Quotes from numerous sources reflect the many different perspectives on how to resolve the conflict with the Kurdish Workers Party (PKK) * Offers a glossary of Turkish language terms, abbreviations, and acronyms, such as KRG (Kurdish Regional Government) * Includes a brief Turkish pronunciation guide

The Militant Kurds

This extensive examination of the Kurdish conflict in Turkey, Iraq, Germany, and the EU focuses on the history and development of the Kurdish Workers Party (PKK) and its impact on transnational security, human rights, and democratization. * Quotes from numerous sources reflect the many different perspectives on how to resolve the

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