Badcock is a freelance journalist living in London.
Turkey has a stark choice in its dealings with its Kurdish population: the way of force or democratic principles.
When is a no-fly zone not a no-fly zone? James Badcock examines the intersection of cross-border raids, napalm and international politics.
The PKK has publicly abandoned violence, but its refugee supporters still face imprisonment in Britain.
Not even the borders of other states serve to protect the Kurds from their enemies.
Lies, dam lies and Kurdish human rights.