Managing Turkey’s PKK Conflict: The Case of Nusaybin

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Series Details No.243, May 2017 (02.05.17)
Publication Date 02/05/2017
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With one quarter of its inhabitants’ homes destroyed in 2016-2017, Nusaybin, a political stronghold of the Kurdish movement bordering Syria among Turkey’s urban south-eastern districts, is a victim of Turkey’s 33-year conflict with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). The state has taken economic steps to help the town, but outreach and Kurdish rights must be improved to prevent new flare ups.

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ICG: Publications: Reports and Briefings
ESO: Background information: The Kurdish region since the coup attempt

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