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Political Science QuarterlyThis is a first-class analysis of Turkey's continuing Kurdish problem.
— Erwin C. Hargrove, Vanderbilt University
Author Biography: Henri J. Barkey is associate professor in the Department of International Relations at Lehigh University. Graham E. Fuller is senior analyst at the RAND Corporation.
|Introduction: Why Turkey Matters||1|
|1||Origins of the Problem: The Roots of Kurdish Nationalism||5|
|2||Enter the PKK||21|
|3||The Building of Kurdish National Consciousness||61|
|4||The Kurdish Issue in Turkish Public Opinion||97|
|5||Turkish Government Policies in the Southeast||133|
|6||The Kurds and Turkish Foreign Policy||157|
|7||Toward a Solution of the Kurdish Problem||179|
|About the Authors||239|