A people without a country the kurds and kurdistan gerard chaliand michael pallis david mcdowall on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers traces the history of the kurds and their search for independence. The 16 million kurds are the largest nation in the world with no state of their own their history is one of constant revolts and bloody repression massacres deportations and renewed insurrectionthis classic collection of writings from kurdish intellectuals and other internationally respected experts discusses the origins of kurdish nationalism and analyzes their contemporary demand for . A history of the kurdish people from the fall of the ottoman empire until the late 20th century this work offers a collection of essays about the unique experience of kurds under foreign governance especially turkish iranian and iraqi and highlights common themes of the kurdish struggle in each area eg disunity distrust tribalism. Kurds number about 15 million people spread over the territories of five states despite a long history of struggling for autonomy and independence they are still far from having anything a people without a country the kurds and kurdistan foreign affairs
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