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David Phillips: The trajectory of events in Iraq will result in the country’s fragmentation and the emergence of the world’s newest nation -- “Iraqi Kurdistan.”
Imitating Mohamed Siad Barre makes Iraq like Somalia
Statement by President Barzani on British parliament’s recognition of Kurdish genocide
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    President Barzani Receives Patriarch Louis Sako
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    Prime Minister Barzani praises UAE assistance for refugees and internally displaced
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    Prime Minister Barzani meets with blocs of the Kurdistan Parliament
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    UN Warns of Breakdown in Erbil-Baghdad Relations
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    Hamas leader ties truce to end of Gaza blockade
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    Islamic State says carried out Baghdad suicide bombing
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    Ukraine says Russian missiles shot down jets
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    ISIS tells Iraqi shops to veil mannequins
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    Bomb attacks leave scores dead in north Nigeria
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    China censors squash giant inflatable toad reports
    Exclusive Interviews
    David Phillips: The trajectory of events in Iraq will result in the country’s fragmentation and the emergence of the world’s newest nation -- “Iraqi Kurdistan.”
    David L. Phillips is Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights at Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights. He is also a contributor to CNBC News. Formerly Mr. Phillips served a senior adviser and foreign affairs experts to the U.S. Department of State under President Clinton, Bush, and Obama. His upcoming book is entitled – The Kurdish Spring: A New Map for the Middle East.
    Ofra Bengio: [Kurds] proved they are a nation worthy of a state of their own
    John Hannah: The KRG's ability to sell oil and control their economic destiny can either become the foundation for Kurdish independence or a central building block of a strong, prosperous and unified Iraqi democratic federal state.
    Nazar Janabi: if Maliki is changed with appropriate replacement, I think every issue with KRG can be resolved through negotiations with the central government
    David L. Phillips: Iraq will disintegrate. Then Iraqi Kurdistan will realize its national aspirations.
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    Art
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    Kurdish-American Filmmaker Brings Kurdistan to Hollywood
    Claude Monet 'Water Lilies' painting sells for $54 million
    Kurdish Singer in Italy Earning a Place in Birthplace of Opera
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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
    David Romano
    Kurdistan’s Cautious Foreign Policy Begins to Pay Off
    Ted Galen Carpenter
    U.S. Should Respect Kurdistan’s Decision about Iraq’s Future
    Doğu Ergil
    ELECTIONS on the BATTLEGROUND: SYRIA
    Khaled Salih
    Kurdistan is selling oil: From no-one to some-one
    Michael Gunter
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    Dr. Anwar A. Abdullah (Al-Barzanji)
    Kurdistan: Building-up Hard Power
    Hemin Hawrami
    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
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    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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      Social media poisoning Middle East politics
      Why the West must ignore Iraq's pleas for military intervention
      Premier Barzani Exclusive: Oil Sales Begin in May
      Duties Without Borders
      Iraq Notebook: No talk of the Turkish model
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    News
      Iraqi Kurdistan region to export oil for first time
      Statement by President Barzani on British parliament’s recognition of Kurdish genocide
      Financial Committee, IMF reach agreement on 2012 budget
      Korean Culture Festival will be held in Erbil
      Dr. Kamal Kirkuki meets with Henry A. Kissinger
      Saudi beheading of eight Bangladesh workers condemned
    Reports‌
      The Iraqi Government Still Able to Implement Agreements
      Iraq in a stage of post-federalism
      The Effects of Media in the Transitional Stages
      Different Problems of Democracy Development in the Developing Countries
      Violating the Iraqi Constitution Imposes Autocracy and the Return of Dictatorship
      The Golden Jubilee… A Liberation Medallion for the Motto “Either Kurdistan or Dissolution” The September Revolution Still Ongoing
    Exclusive Interviews
      Hayat Alvi to Gulan Magazine:In terms of Islamic ideologies in Egypt, the similarities and perspectives are similar to Wahhabis / Salafists in Saudi Arabia
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      Interview of Javier Solana for Gulan magazine - Iraqi Kurdistan
      Brendan O'Leary to Gulan Magazine: Only a fool would say the break-up of Iraq will never happen
      Interview with the Professor David Romano
    Columns‌
      Kurdistan – a brief history
      Turkey & Kurdistan: Prospects for Complementary Economy
      Iraq amid Democracy & Instability
      Recent Western Scholarship on the Kurds in Iraq: A Retrospective
      The Opening of a U.S. Consulate in Hawler
      The Coming US Withdrawal from Iraq
      Kurdistan: Nation & Nature
    Miscellaneous
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