"Turkey, Terrorism and a Little Tourism
Tuesday November 18, 2008
November 2008 NATO Bioterrorism Workshop Participants, Ankara
Turkey's relationship with terrorism is complex, to say the least. The state has long considered itself a victim of terrorism at the hands of the Kurdistan Workers Party (the PKK). But the testimony of 86 suspects connected with a network known as Ergenekon, which began at a trial earlier this week, may persuade many that terrorism is also coming from within the state. I learned more about both over the course of last week, which I spent working and touring in the country that prides itself on being both European and Asian."
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