The Kurds in the Middle East: Enduring Problems and New Dynamics (Hardcover)
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While dramatic changes taking place in the Middle East offer important opportunities to the Kurdish century-long struggle for recognition, serious obstacles seem to keep reemerging every time the Kurds anywhere make progress. The large Kurdish geography, extending from western Iran to near the eastern Mediterranean, and a century of repression and denial have engendered various Kurdish groups with competing and at times conflicting views and goals. The Kurds in the Middle East: Enduring Problems and New Dynamics, with an emphasis on continuity and change in the Kurdish Question, brings together a group of well-known scholars to shed light on this complex issue.
About the Author
Mehmet Gurses is professor of political science at Florida Atlantic University. David Romano is the Thomas G. Strong Chair in Middle East Politics at Missouri State University. Michael M. Gunter is professor of political science at Tennessee Technological University.