A Civilian Response to Ethno-Religious Conflict PDF E-Kitap

This extensive analysis of the Mardin conflict in southeast Turkey considers the likelihood that socioreligious movements, such as the popular Gülen movement, could effect positive change in ethnoreligious disputes, even those decades old. By focusing specifically on how Gülen volunteers helped minimize the support of terrorist organizations in Anatolia, this guide illustrates how potent nonpolitical solutions to ethnic conflict can be. Mehmet Kalyoncu is a journalist and international analyst.İnce Kapak: Sayfa Sayısı: 137Baskı Yılı: 2008e-Kitap: Sayfa Sayısı: 86Baskı Yılı: 2010Dili: İngilizceYayınevi: Tughra Books
İlk Baskı Yılı : 2010
Dil : İngilizce

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