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The Unwelcome Neighbour


Éditeur : I.B.Tauris Date & Lieu : 2007, New York
Préface : Pages : 170
Traduction : ISBN : 978 1 85043 682 9
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 150x288 mm
Thème : Politique

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The Unwelcome Neighbour

The Unwelcome Neighbour: Turkey's Kurdish Policy

The work on this book began within the framework of `Borders, boundaries and transgressions', a multi-disciplinary research project sponsored by the Swedish Research Council's programme on West and Central Asia. In this project Inga Brandell, Emma Jorum, Roberta Micallef, Annika Rabo and Tetz Rooke became not only my colleagues but also my friends. During the years I have benefited greatly from the discussions we have had and I am grateful to all of them for having shared their ideas with me.

Inga Brandell, Annika Rabo and Bo Utas have given moral and practical support throughout the work on this book. They have also read earlier versions of the manuscript and I am extremely grateful to them for their comments, advice and criticism. I am also indebted to Safeen Dizayee, Özden Zeynep Oktav and Elizabeth Picard who have read parts of the manuscript and given very valuable input. Two anonymous readers at I.B.Tauris have also given important comments.


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CONTENTS

Acknowledgements / vii

1 Introduction / 1

2 Nation-building and Foreign Policy / 6

3 Defining and Defending the Turkish Nation 20 Securing the Territory / 20
Building the Nation / 22
Foreign Policy as Nation-building / 32
Danger and Nation-building / 36

4 Kurdish Identity in the Turkish Republic 41 Eradicating Backwardness / 45
The Southeast Becomes a Battleground 47 Recognition of the `Kurdish Reality / 49
Success and Disappointment / 54
Compatible Identities / 54

5 Nation-building and Discourse on Danger 57 Reaffirming the Character of the Turkish Society 60 Creating Homogeneity Inside  / 65
Externalizing Danger / 70
Concluding Remarks / 71

6 Enabling and Thwarting de facto Kurdish Statehood 7.3 The Creation of de facto Kurdish Self-rule in Northern Iraq / 73 Fighting the PKK on Iraqi Territory / 78
Defending Iraqi Territory / 82
Involvement with the Iraqi Kurds / 85
Reaffirming Baghdad's Authority / 86
A Hidden Agenda? / 89
Ankara and the Turkomans / 89
Ankara on Iraq's Future / 93
Other Actors on the Domestic Scene / 95

7 After the Invasion / 97
Kurdish Aspirations and Turkish Sensitivities / 106
Federalism / 108
Kirkuk / 112
Different Context — Same Policy / 116

8 Conclusions / 120

Notes / 129
Bibliograpy / 145
Index / 157




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