This assessment by Ali Bayramoğlu outlines the author’s perspectives on the evolution of the solution process in Turkey over recent years and evaluates the current challenges faced in relation to the resolution of the Kurdish conflict. This assessment is part of DPI’s continuous evaluation of the situation in Turkey in relation to the Kurdish resolution. It forms part of a series of assessments on this topic, undertaken by various experts, both nationally and internationally.
DPI Afghanistan Programme: Participants from Afghanistan visited Istanbul and Ankara for a series of Roundtable meetings this October, including in Turkey’s parliament and at SETA, and including a dinner reception hosted by Norwegian Ambassador to Turkey, His Excellency Ambassador Janis Bjørn Kanavin. … Read moreDPI Afghanistan Programme: Comparative Study Visit to Turkey
Laurie Nathan, Director of the Centre for Mediation at the University of Pretoria in South Africa and a key actor in the South African process of reconciliation, was met with during DPI’s Comparative Study Visit to South Africa, as part of the Institute’s Turkey Programme.