Has energy-hungry Turkey finally solved ‘the Kurdish problem’?
November 1, 2013
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has struck new energy deals with Kurdish firms.
• Syria’s war has created rift between Turkey and energy suppliers Iran and Russia
• Turkey negotiating deals with Kurdish energy firms to fill fuel gap
• Turkey has also established state-backed firm to explore for oil and gas in northern Iraq
Editor’s note: Gönül Tol is the founding director of The Middle East Institute’s Center for Turkish Studies and an adjunct professor at George Washington University’s Institute for Middle East Studies.
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