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The Road Map to Negotiations (Prison Writings #3)

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The Road Map to Negotiations is an extraordinary document. It was the centerpiece of the secret dialogue process between Abdullah calan and the Turkish state that started in 2009 and was broken off in mid-2011.
Here calan defines the necessary steps that have to be met for a serious peace process to start. At the same time he outlines a real solution of the Kurdish issue.
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Hardcover, 120 pages
Published February 2012 by Mesopotamia Publishers (first published 2011)
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Abdullah Öcalan
May 26, 2012 Abdullah Öcalan rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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“Ocalan’s road map suggests guidelines for a meaningful dialogue that should be taken up by the Turkish authorities, as indeed they had been until broken off during the summer of 2011. Once these negotiations are restarted, Turkey should stop calling the PKK (KCK) terrorist and trying to destroy it, and instead implicitly recognize it as a legitimate representative of the many disaffected Kurds in Turkey. This would then lead to a serious dialogue aimed at a negotiated pea
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Jul 18, 2015 Rahell Bamo rated it really liked it
discussing the solutions for the contemporary problems of Turkey , where he believes a new form of living is possible , a form of government worthy of true human beings, his proposal are inspiring going beyond the limits of ethnicity , culture and language but never ignoring their roles ...
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Abdullah Öcalan is the founder of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). From 1984, under his leadership, the PKK fought for Kurdish liberation. Since his kidnapping and arrest in 1999, he has been in solitary confinement in Imrali Island Prison.

Since his imprisonment, Ocalan has written extensively on Middle Eastern and Kurdish history. With his books he has significantly influenced the course of Ku
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