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Tas, Latif. 2016. How international law impacts on statelessness and citizenship: the case of Kurdish nationalism, conflict and peace. International Journal of Law in Context 12(1): 42–62.
Tas, Latif. 2016. Peace making or state breaking?: the Turkish-Kurdish peace processes and the role of diasporas. Review of Social Studies 3(1): 25–66.
Tas, Latif. 2014. The myth of the Ottoman millet system: its treatment of Kurds and a discussion of territorial and non-territorial autonomy. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 21(4): 497–526.
Tas, Latif. 2013. One state, plural options: Kurds in the UK. Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 45(2): 167–189.
Tas, Latif. 2013. Resolving family disputes in the Gurbet: the role of Kurdish Peace Committee and Roj Women. Oñati Socio-Legal Series 3(6): 1111–1135.
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