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David Pollock: [Peshmerga forces] really turned a tide in Kobane and [are] preventing the ISIS take control of that strategic city
Imitating Mohamed Siad Barre makes Iraq like Somalia
Middle East Negotiations and Kurdistan’s Lack of Strategy
  •  Kurdistan Region begins exporting Kirkuk oil
  •  Cairo centre: 'Kobani beginning of ISIL's end'
  •  Kurds Control Iraq Internet Due to Baghdad Bureaucracy
  •  Nicholas Dima: Helping the Kurds is tricky business
  •  Islamic State threatens whole world
  •  For 600 migrants, harrowing sail ends in Greece
  •  Oil prices plunge after Opec meeting
  •  Mosul residents: ISIS group cuts phones in Iraq city
  •  Report: Syria army kills dozens of rebels
  •  Suicide bomber kills five in attack on British embassy car in Kabul: officials
Last Updated: 27/11/2014 08:58:08 pm
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    Kurdistan Region begins exporting Kirkuk oil
    27/11/2014 : 22:33:58
    Cairo centre: 'Kobani beginning of ISIL's end'
    27/11/2014 : 22:32:17
    Kurds Control Iraq Internet Due to Baghdad Bureaucracy
    27/11/2014 : 22:22:54
    Islamic State threatens whole world
    27/11/2014 : 22:22:44
    For 600 migrants, harrowing sail ends in Greece
    27/11/2014 : 21:55:04
    Oil prices plunge after Opec meeting
    27/11/2014 : 21:53:18
    Mosul residents: ISIS group cuts phones in Iraq city
    27/11/2014 : 21:51:55
    Report: Syria army kills dozens of rebels
    27/11/2014 : 21:46:58
    Suicide bomber kills five in attack on British embassy car in Kabul: officials
    26/11/2014 : 22:51:07
    President Barzani Meets US Chief of Staff of Army General Odierno
    Exclusive Interviews
    David Pollock: [Peshmerga forces] really turned a tide in Kobane and [are] preventing the ISIS take control of that strategic city
    David Pollock is the Kaufman Fellow at The Washington Institute, focusing on regional political dynamics and related issues. Dr. Pollock has served as a visiting lecturer at Harvard University and as assistant professor at George Washington University. He has traveled widely in the Middle East and maintains a large network of contacts in government, academia, and business throughout the region.
    Michael Bohlander: The taking of women and girls and selling them into slavery, the way ISIS does in the name of some seriously perverted form of Islam, is an abomination that I as a non-Muslim think would have made the Prophet Muhammad weep.
    Michael Knights: The combination of US airpower and Iraqi/Kurdish ground forces is highly effective and ISIL is suffering heavy losses and losing ground
    Jalil Roshandel: the Iraqi government has failed because it did not include the forces that it had to
    Struan Stevenson: If anyone can lead the people of Kurdistan to freedom and defeat the Islamic State, it will be President Masoud Barzani.
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    Reports
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    Hostility to the Art of Coexistence: The Other is Different, not an Enemy
    Syrian situation is going to be bloodier before it gets better
    Prime Minister Barzani’s speech in the Reichstag building
    Iraq in a stage of post-federalism
    Doğu Ergil
    Politicising Religion is Dangerous
    Michael Gunter
    The Origins of ISIS
    David Romano
    Time to Give the Abadi Government a Chance
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    Saudi Arabia: An Unsavory, Untrustworthy Member of the Anti-ISIL Coalition
    Dr. Anwar A. Abdullah (Al-Barzanji)
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    President Barzani and Kurdistan's Advancement and Success during the Past Eight Years
    Dr. Mohammed Sharif
    Culture of Hostility to Authority Social Disaster
    Professor Jamal Ameen
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Mesopotamia from the Cradle of Civilization to a Nest of Terror
    Chaim Kaufmann
    How the Whole Middle East Disappeared
    Alon Ben-Meir
    Syria: The Battleground between Sunnis and Shittes
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    Tower and Cancer
    From Media
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      What is the Price of Kurdistan Independence and How Will Kurds Get There?
      The Kurds’ lonely fight against the Islamic State
      Iraqi Kurdistan: The Middle East's next 'Little Sparta'?
      IRAQ, THE END OF AN ARTIFICIAL STATE
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      Kurds and US vs ISIS
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    News
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      Financial Committee, IMF reach agreement on 2012 budget
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      Korean Culture Festival will be held in Erbil
      Saudi beheading of eight Bangladesh workers condemned
    Reports‌
      Iraq in a stage of post-federalism
      The Iraqi Government Still Able to Implement Agreements
      The Effects of Media in the Transitional Stages
      Violating the Iraqi Constitution Imposes Autocracy and the Return of Dictatorship
      Different Problems of Democracy Development in the Developing Countries
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