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Kurdish Conference Program available here International Conference The PKK, Kurdish Nationalism and the Future of Turkey Thursday November 7, 2013 VIRGINIA TECH NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION 1021 PRINCE STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA 22314 RSVP IS REQUIRED: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 202-378-8606 email@example.com http://turkeyandkurds.blogspot.com/ Organized … Continue reading
John O’Loughlin and I gave a lecture “Inside Eurasia’s De Facto States” at Dublin City University to students and faculty on the 28th of September 2012. Many thanks to Donnacha O’Beachain for organizing this well attended event. It was the … Continue reading
With fragile economic conditions across the globe, it does seem that strong nationalist rhetoric and fear about globalization, immigration and loose borders is with us more than ever (the Dutch government collapse, Le Pen’s showing in France, the worrying situation … Continue reading