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Kurdish Peace Process: From Optimism to Uncertainty and What’s Next? 14 avril 2015

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Policy Brief (German Marshall Fund of the United States) April 14, 2015

Galip Dalay *

Turkey and Kurdish politicians are too far committed to the Kurdish peace process to easily backtrack on it. Strategic calculations account for the continuation of the process on both sides. (suite…)

Turkey, Syria and Saving the PKK Peace Process 19 décembre 2014

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GTE Commentary (Istituto Affari Internazionali) No. 21, December 2014, 4. p.

by Hugh Pope *

The Turkey-PKK peace process is still a rare spot of hope in the Middle East and the dangers of a Syrian spillover have underlined how many shared interests Turkey and Turkey’s Kurds have in overcoming inertia in the talks. (suite…)

Turkey and the PKK: Saving the Peace Process 6 novembre 2014

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Europe Report (International Crisis Group) N°234                                                   Türkçe

Istanbul/Brussels, 6 November 2014

The peace process to end the 30-year-old insurgency of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) against Turkey’s government is at a turning point. It will either collapse as the sides squander years of work, or it will accelerate as they commit to real convergences. (suite…)

Turkey’s Human Rights Rollback: Recommendations for Reform 29 septembre 2014

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HRW Report (Human Rights Watch) September 2014

Emma Sinclair-Webb *

This 38-page report outlines the rollback of human rights and rule of law in Turkey, linked to mass anti-government protests in 2013 and corruption allegations that go to the very heart of the government of the ruling AKP. (suite…)