The Middle East Talks to Abdullah Ocalan

Kutschera, Chris
April 1999
Middle East;Apr99, Issue 289, p9
Presents an interview with Turkish leader of the Party of Workers of Kurdistan (PKK) Abdullah Ocalan. Political profile of Ocalan; Reasons for leaving Syria; Views on political solutions and armed struggles; Comments on the Treaty of Lausanne; Rank in the PKK; State of the party; Explanation for the desertion of PKK leader Semid Sakik; Views on violence and peace; Relations with the Turkish military.


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