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  • A Federal Vision Path to Stability

    Throughout the history of the Kurdish liberation movement, spanning various stages of struggle and defense, our unwavering commitment has been to secure the legitimate rights of the Kurdish people.

  • My Three-day Experience in Kurdistan

    Greetings from Erbil! My visit to this stunning city coincided with the unforgettable celebration of International Women's Day.  It was an honor for me to engage in a discussion on women's rights a

  • The Lausanne Treaty and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq’s Autonomy

    It has now been 100 years since the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne, and by any objective assessment, the treaty created more problems than it solved. While it was only one of many postwar agreeme

  • How to Solve the Kirkuk Issue Once and for All

    The issue of Kirkuk is a complex and sensitive one. It involves historical, ethnic, and political factors, and has been complicated by the Iraq government’s policy of Arabization over several decade

  • The Spirit of the Kurds: Hope for the World

    They ought to be among the most bitter people on earth. They would be justified in withdrawing into insular communities seething with resentment and rage. They are, after all, among the most betraye

  • Kurdistan (Still) Matters: From the War on Terror to Great Power Competition

    With the War on Terror having been phased out in Iraq in 2017 after the Battle for Mosul, it seemed that the Kurdistan Region faded from the West’s collective geopolitical attention. The focus shift

  • A Homage to Kurdish Tea

    Imagine the embers of a smoldering fire, a blackened metal tea pot in the middle, a bird singing nearby, mountains rising around you, perhaps even an orange sun setting behind one, and then a glass

  • Can Women in the KRI Break the Glass Ceiling?

    The famous 14th century Islamic theologian and philosopher Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya wrote: “women are the half of society who gives birth to the other half and so they are seemingly the entire society

  • Kurdistan Holds a Piece of My Heart

    It was winter 2012 when I arrived in the Kurdistan Region. I had been invited to be a lecturer in English at Soran University, a newly established, state-funded university.  I was driven from the a

  • Kurdish Culture and Conflict in the Middle East

    The causes of geopolitical conflict have been studied for centuries, but the interconnected world in which we live after the Cold War requires us to revisit our assumptions. In his famous 1993 arti

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