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Historical Dictionary of the Kurds

Michael M. Gunter - History - 2010 - 456 pages
Straddling the mountainous borders where Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Syria converge in the Middle East, the 25-30 million Kurds living there constitute the largest nation in the ...
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The Kurds: A Nation on the Way to Statehood

Jamal Jalal Abdulla - Political Science - 2012
The book is about the history and national movement and nationalism of the Kurdish nation who were divided by the victorious Allied Powers, Britain and France, in the first ...
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The Kurds: Nationalism and Politics

Fāliḥ ʻAbd al-Jabbār, Hosham Dawod - Education - 2006 - 344 pages
A landmark study of ethnicity and self-determination in the case of the Kurds.
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The Kurds and Kurdistan: A Selective and Annotated Bibliography

Lokman I. Meho - History - 1997 - 356 pages
Partly in response to events in 1991 and 1992, during which journalists swamped scholars of anything Kurdish for information, identifies, describes, and evaluates over 800 ...
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The Kurds And the State: Evolving National Identity in Iraq, Turkey, And Iran

Denise Natali - History - 2005 - 238 pages
This is a timely book that analyzes the formation of Kurdish national identity from the late Imperial period to the present. In tracing the evolution of Kurdish nationalism ...
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Kurdish Politics in the Middle East

Nader Entessar - Political Science - 2009 - 276 pages
Kurdish Politics in the Middle East analyzes political and social dimensions of Kurdish integration into the mainstream socio-political life in Iran, Iraq, and Turkey. Its ...
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The Structure of Kurdish Society and the Struggle for a Kurdish State

Hussein Tahiri - Political Science - 2007 - 396 pages
Despite over 150 years of armed struggle, why have the Kurds not been able to achieve their own nation state? The central argument of this book is that this is mainly due to ...
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