April 1995
New Republic;4/24/95, Vol. 212 Issue 17, p9
Argues that the suffering of the Kurdish people at the hands of the Turkish government will only end when Turkey accepts that it is a country of two cultures which can co-exist within the framework of a bicultural Turkish state. Response of U.S. President Bill Clinton to a military assault launched by Turkey against Kurdish separatists in eastern Anatolia; Description of the plight of the Kurdish people; Necessity of ending Turkish military dominance on Kurdish policy; Damage caused by the civil war to the country and its citizens; Call on the international community to present a diplomatic solution to the Turkish civil war.


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