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The Turkish role in managing the Kurdish problem in the Middle East after 2002
Vol 8 No 1 (2019): v8i1
Submitted: Feb 17, 2019
Published: May 14, 2019
We looked at the area where the Kurds are understood the Kurdish issue in international and regional arrangements, this region constitutes one of the most important geographic regions in the Middle East and Eurasia in transit, this makes it an arena of international and regional competition, and considers the inability of this regions to from a unified political entity is a source of instability.
In the region will actually remain the Kurdish problem present in Turkish politics towards the Arab neighboring countries on the other hand and Iran on the other hand so this problem remains unresolved no matter how Turkey went to deny this international and regional problem, this is not a solution unless it is going to deal positively with this issue and continue to try to export it the neighborhood, this problem will cause further deterioration and will be the stone turkey has found an effective towards its regional environment from Europe, central Asia and the Middle East.