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A Civilian Response to Ethno-Religious Conflict PDF

Mehmet Kalyoncu


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: 137

Baskı Yılı: 2008


e-Kitap:

Sayfa Sayısı: 86

Baskı Yılı: 2010


Dili: İngilizce
Yayınevi: Tughra Books

include Turkish foreign policy, ethno-religious politics, civil society, and social development in countries rich in natural resources. Kalyoncu authored A Civilian Response to Ethno-Religious Conflict: Gulen Movement in Southeast Turkey (The Light, 2008). He holds a M.S. in Management & Administrative

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We investigated small arms and light weapons (SALW) in Africa by reviewing the situation in Nigeria and conducting a small study in one hospital in the country's north. Published reports about SALW in Nigeria suggest that several social, economic, and political factors have caused a marked increase in gun-related violence, including ethno-religious tensions, the response of security forces to include Turkish foreign policy, ethno-religious politics, civil society, and social development in countries rich in natural resources. Kalyoncu authored A Civilian Response to Ethno-Religious Conflict: Gulen Movement in Southeast Turkey (The Light, 2008). He holds a M.S. in Management & Administrative

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