December 27, 2011

What Will Happen to Kurds?

Ergun Babahan, Today's Zaman

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Turkey may seek to establish a voluntary federation with Kurds in Iraq and Syria. Such a federation may be run by a powerful president based on the principle of democratic equality. Certain experts in Ankara have long been brainstorming about this idea.

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