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An edition of The Road Map to Negotiations (2011)

The Road Map to Negotiations

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This edition published in by Mesopotamia Publishers in Neuss, Germany.

Written in English

120 pages

The Road Map is an extraordinary document. It was the centerpiece of the secret dialogue process between Abdullah Öcalan and the Turkish state that started in 2009 and was broken off in mid-2011. Here Öcalan defines the necessary steps that have to be met for a serious peace process to start. At the same time he outlines a real solution of the Kurdish issue. Going beyond traditional solutions like statehood or territorial autonomy, he envisions a democratic nation and a common homeland for all countries where Kurds live, indeed for the whole Middle East. Refusing traditional arguments, he gives all parties concerned something to think about.

“The Road Map offers ‘a solution to the Kurdish question’ in Turkey. But it raises issues that are far more general and widespread than the specific geohistorical questions it discusses.” from the preface by Immanuel Wallerstein

“The Road Map is great, thoughtful, clear and convincing.” Prof. Hassan Hanafi, Dep. of Philosophy, Cairo University

“Öcalan is the Gramsci of our times.” Prof. Tamir Bar-On, Monterrey Institute of Technology, Queretaro, Mexico

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2013, Pahl-Rugenstein Verlag
Paperback in German / Deutsch
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2013, Mesopotamia Publishers
Paperback in French / français
Cover of: Die Roadmap für Verhandlungen
Die Roadmap für Verhandlungen: Gefängnisschriften
2013, Pahl-Rugenstein Verlag
Hardcover in German / Deutsch
Cover of: The Road Map to Negotiations
The Road Map to Negotiations
2012, Mesopotamia Publishers
Hardcover in English
Cover of: The Road Map to Negotiations
The Road Map to Negotiations
2012, Mesopotamia Publishers
Paperback in English
Cover of: نقشه‌‌ی راه
نقشه‌‌ی راه: naqshah-yi rāh
2012, Abdullah Öcalan Sosyal Bilimler Akademisi
in Persian
Cover of: Türkiye'de demokratikleşme sorunları, Kürdistan'da çözüm modellerı
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The Road Map is an extraordinary document. It was the centerpiece of the secret dialogue process between Abdullah Öcalan and the Turkish state that started in 2009 and was broken off in mid-2011. Here Öcalan defines the necessary steps that have to be met for a serious peace process to start. At the same time he outlines a real solution of the Kurdish issue. Going beyond traditional solutions like statehood or territorial autonomy, he envisions a democratic nation and a common homeland for all countries where Kurds live, indeed for the whole Middle East. Refusing traditional arguments, he gives all parties concerned something to think about.

“The Road Map offers ‘a solution to the Kurdish question’ in Turkey. But it raises issues that are far more general and widespread than the specific geohistorical questions it discusses.” from the preface by Immanuel Wallerstein

“The Road Map is great, thoughtful, clear and convincing.” Prof. Hassan Hanafi, Dep. of Philosophy, Cairo University

“Öcalan is the Gramsci of our times.” Prof. Tamir Bar-On, Monterrey Institute of Technology, Queretaro, Mexico

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Format
Paperback
Number of pages
120

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OL25326504M
ISBN 13
9783941012431

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