INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

Abstract


KURDISH ISSUE TURKISH NATION STATE BORDER THEİR FORCES

XX. With the establishment of nation-states in the Islamic World, especially in the Middle East, since the first quarter of the century, national regional identities were replaced by the nation-state by replacing the ummah, which was a religious social imagination and sense of belonging. Nation-states in the Middle East, which have authoritarian and personalized powers, are forced to be resolved by revitalizing ethnic and sectarian awakening in line with globalization as a threat to the widespread understanding of sovereignty. While the old world order is preparing the end of the empires by breaking the empires over the nation-states, the new world order likewise witnesses the policies for the production of new nation-states in order to break up the nation-states. developments concerning the Kurdish problem in Turkey has clearly made it clear that the problems experienced by the nation-state. Turkey in the nation last year until the day of the establishment of the state of the nation-state form with specific characteristics in the structure does not allow pluralism produces constant tension and conflict. Thus, both the Kurdish problem in Turkey, as well as the nation-state of the country, can be resolved in the appropriate form in the Middle East region with a possible revision so as to adapt to the new conditions. In this regard, the main argument of this article is that there are serious problems in the nation-states in the Middle East and one of the most important of these problems is the Kurdish problem, and this problem cannot be solved with security-indexed approaches from the authoritative perspectives of the existing nation-states and they will not disappear in the short term. Qualitative research method based on the literature review was used in the study.



Keywords
Nation States, Middle East, Kurdish Problem, Turkey



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