China-US trade war
The Idlib crisis and US Kurdish policy
Kurdish terrorists have the most to gain from contradictions between Turkey and Russia in Syria
The question of Kurdish independence
The Kurds have been playing a vital role in the geopolitical situation in the Middle East
Iranian Kurds: separatists or pro-government?
Kurds constitute 10% of Iran's population, generally residing along its western borders.
Is structural political change possible in Iraq?
The demonstrations in Iraq have now been ongoing for four weeks, leaving hundreds dead and thousands injured, with no solution in sight.
Erdogan to Visit US: Is Turkey Still a US Ally?
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will arrive in Washington to hold talks with US President Donald Trump.
Mass unrest grips Iraq: the how and why
Over the last month, Baghdad and several Shiite-majority cities in Iraq have been affected by popular protests against the government.
A safe zone in Syria: a renewed military crisis or a diplomatic solution?
The establishment of safe zones in war-torn countries is supposed to entail a reduction in violence
The End of the Greater Middle East Project: The Case of Kurdistan
An Alternative to the Greater Middle East Project
Nechirvan Barzani and the New Structure of Erbil-Tehran Relations
Dissatisfied with the Shah’s confirmation of the 1975 Algiers Agreement, Kurdish Iraqi parties had initiated close and friendly relations with the Islamic Revolution’s leaders
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