The Thirty-Year Genocide

  title={The Thirty-Year Genocide},
  author={Benny Morris and Dror Ze’evi},
Regional Fracture and Its Intractability in World Politics: The Case of the Late Ottoman Empire
  • A. Ohanyan
  • Political Science
    Nationalities Papers
  • 2021
Scholars have long grappled with the puzzle as to why some regions become peaceful and resilient while others crumble into perpetual insecurity. Much of the scholarship that they produced viewed
Re-assessing the Genocide of Kurdish Alevis in Dersim, 1937-38
This article discusses a century-long denial of historic genocide targeting Kurdish Alevis in Turkey. Firstly, I argue that the state-sponsored killings and forced displacements that occurred in
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The Long Genocide in Upper Mesopotamia: Minority Population Destruction amidst Nation-Building and "International Security"
Abstract:"Genocide in Kurdistan" most often refers to events that are recognized as having occurred in Iraq during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Scholars also connect it with events in Turkey's