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Age-old contradictions


The ghost of Kurdish separatism is a central and recurring instance of the rifts in post-Ottoman Turkish society, yet all remedies intended to quell it seem worse.

The ghost of Kurdish separatism is a central and recurring instance of the rifts in post-Ottoman Turkish society, yet all remedies intended to quell it seem worse.

The fierce speech delivered by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on January 28 could be viewed as a further acceleration along the country’s path towards an authoritarian state, particularly as criminal investigations are now being launched against the two Peoples’ Democratic Party HDP cochairpersons and several mayors calling for greater independence for municipalities in the south-eastern regions of the country.

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