Conflict, Democratization, and the Kurds in the Middle East: by David Romano, Mehmet Gurses (eds.)

By David Romano, Mehmet Gurses (eds.)

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3. For further analysis of this situation, see Michael M. Gunter, The Kurds and the Future of Turkey (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1997); Michael M. Gunter, “The Connection between Turkey’s Intelligence Community and Organized Crime,” International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 11 (Summer 1998), pp. 119–141. 4. On the development of the modern Republic of Turkey, see Bernard Lewis, The Emergence of Modern Turkey, 2nd edn. (London: Oxford University Press, 1968); Feroz Ahmad, The Making of Modern Turkey (London: Routledge, 1993); and Erik Zurcher, Turkey: A Modern History, 2nd edn.

4. “EU on Turkey’s Case in Semdinli,” Briefing, November 28, 2005, p. 8. ” Cited in “Semdinli Commission’s Report on the Turkish 9/11 Aims to Shelve the Case for the Time Being,” Briefing, April 17, 2006, p. 2. Cited in Gareth Jones, “Bombing Throws Spotlight on Turkey’s ‘Deep State’,”L’Express Outlook, November 22, 2005. “My Name Is State, Deep State,” New Anatolian, April 19, 2005. Demirel repeated his claim in Yusuf Kanli and Goksel Bozkurt, “Demirel: Deep State Is the Military,” Turkish Daily News, February 12, 2007.

The commission also failed to obtain any useful information from Mehmet Ağar or Sedat Bucak who continued to claim parliamentary immunity. 28 M Michael M. Gunter In January 1998, Kutlu Savas, the chairman of the prime ministerial investigative committee, handed over the final draft of his report on Susurluk to Prime Minister Mesut Yilmaz. Savas had been working on it as a special prosecutor since shortly after the parliamentary committee investigating the situation had been dissolved in April 1997, and had interviewed the heads of a number of departments in the ministry of the interior as well as the intelligence and security services.

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