Kurdish peace: hanging in the balance

January 2000
Middle East;Jan2000, Issue 297, p5
Reports on the Kurdistan Workers Party's (PKK) offer of ceasefire to the Turkish government in 1999. Developments that indicate a change in PKK policy; Reaction of the government to the offer; Change in the military's approach to the Kurdish issue; Varying response to the PKK peace initiative amongst Turkey's Kurdish population; Criticisms against the peace offer.


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