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Struan Stevenson: If anyone can lead the people of Kurdistan to freedom and defeat the Islamic State, it will be President Masoud Barzani.
Imitating Mohamed Siad Barre makes Iraq like Somalia
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    Prime Minister Barzani visits front lines
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    Prime Minister Barzani meets UN humanitarian chief
    15/09/2014 : 22:17:39
    The Kurdistan Regional Government requests humanitarian assistance from the international community
    15/09/2014 : 22:15:01
    Three Schools in Turkey Open Kurdish Education for First Time, Despite Opposition
    15/09/2014 : 22:12:55
    Malta boat sinking 'leaves 500 dead' - IOM
    15/09/2014 : 22:10:43
    Iran supreme leader spurns U.S. overture to fight Islamic State
    15/09/2014 : 22:08:19
    IS must be fought by ‘any means necessary’, say leaders in Paris
    15/09/2014 : 22:06:28
    UN peacekeepers relocates in Golan Heights
    15/09/2014 : 22:03:55
    Unidentified jets strike Islamists in Libya
    14/09/2014 : 20:46:37
    Kurdistan Region Presidency Strongly Condemns Murder of British Aid Worker David Haines
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    Jalil Roshandel is an Associate Professor and Director of Security Studies program at Political Science Department, East Carolina University. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science, at the Universitè des Science Sociales, Toulouse I, France, and was the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the University of Tehran-Iran.
    Struan Stevenson: If anyone can lead the people of Kurdistan to freedom and defeat the Islamic State, it will be President Masoud Barzani.
    Anthony Cordesman: There is a responsibility that nations have for taking care of themselves and Iraq in many ways does not have the political leadership that shows that responsibility
    Joshua Landis: In essence, I think people in Washington will argue that we need a base in Kurdistan
    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.”
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    Dr. Mohammed Sharif
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    Professor Jamal Ameen
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