Turkey’s Case Against the Kurds: On the Veto against Finland & Sweden

Turkey’s President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has been particularly ruthless to the Kurdish minority in Turkey and has called the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), a terrorist organization.

It is Finland’s and Sweden’s alleged support for the PKK that Erdogan cited as reason enough to veto their inclusion into NATO — a position that has now changed as NATO members meet in Madrid this week to discuss Ukraine…

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Jakub Ferencik

Jakub Ferencik

Author of “Up in the Air” & “Beyond Reason” available on AMAZON | MA McGill Uni | Research assistant for EUROPEUM Prague | 500+ blog posts with 1+ mil. views