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Special Briefing, Kurdish Affairs, March 2017
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Special Briefing, Kurdish Affairs, March 2017

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The March 2017 Kurdish Affairs Special Briefing explored tensions between Kurdish groups and between these groups and other actors in the four countries of focus. It also looked at broader regional tensions and how these have impacted Kurdish affairs.

The Centre for Turkey Studies research team spoke with key actors and insider sources to develop our insights into events on the ground.

Please contact us at info@ceftus.org if you are interested in a tailored briefing on this or other issues relating to Turkey and its region.

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