October 4, 2011

Turkey Must Prepare for Peace With Kurds

Hugh Pope, Wall Street Journal

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The Erdogan government must not let the escalating insurgency distract it from addressing Kurdish civilians' underlying problems.

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TAGGED: Kurdistan, Kurds, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey

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