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Kurdish insurgency may lead to collapse of Turkey


The Kurdish insurgency could lead to the collapse of Turkey by gaining foreign support, Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute warned on September 9th. Once other countries even covertly begin supporting the Kurdish insurgency in Turkey, there will be no turning back. Turkey’s increasingly aggressive foreign policy may backfire if regional rivals respond by backing the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), said Rubin The PKK has been waging an armed insurgency in Turkey since 1984, a conflict that has remained largely internal. But the rise of Kurdish groups with U.S. support in Syria has the potential to shift this…

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