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Turkish Elections and Opportunities for De-Escalating the Kurdish Conflict

During this event the Kurdish Peace Institute and the New Lines Institute for Strategy and Policy hosted timely discussion on Turkey’s upcoming elections, and their implications for U.S. policy on the broader Turkish-Kurdish conflict in Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. The coincided with the launch of “De-Escalating the Turkish-Kurdish Conflict,” a report building on nearly a month of fieldwork by lead author Meghan Bodette in northern Iraq and Syria, interviewing Kurdish civilian and military leaders about the destruction caused by the conflict and new opportunities for de-escalation.

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