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Assessing the Fatalities in Turkey’s PKK Conflict

Turkey’s ruling party sees recent battlefield and electoral gains as vindicating its hardline policies toward the PKK.

But these same policies fuel the Kurdish grievances that keep the fighting going.

  • Berkay Mandıracı
  • ICG

Ankara would thus be wise to consider exploring ways of winding down the destructive conflict.

Since July 2015, the conflict between Turkish security forces and the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) – which Ankara, Brussels and…

But if the conflict is long-running, open-source data on fatalities collected by Crisis Group and presented in a…

For one thing, fighting has moved out of the…

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