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David L. Phillips: Iraq will disintegrate. Then Iraqi Kurdistan will realize its national aspirations.
Imitating Mohamed Siad Barre makes Iraq like Somalia
Statement by President Barzani on British parliament’s recognition of Kurdish genocide
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  •  Microsoft opens office in Kurdistan
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    President Barzani Meets US Ambassador Beecroft in Salahaddin
    17/04/2014 : 13:45:54
    Presedent Barzani: There is no force able to deprive Yazidis from their authentic nationality
    17/04/2014 : 13:44:28
    Erbil stops cars for 5 minutes to celebrate Environment Day in Kurdistan
    17/04/2014 : 13:43:05
    Mardin elects 25-year old Christian woman as mayor
    17/04/2014 : 13:38:40
    Microsoft opens office in Kurdistan
    17/04/2014 : 13:35:55
    Egypt’s PM orders Haifa Wehbe’s film to be pulled
    17/04/2014 : 13:34:06
    Syrian regime accused of chlorine gas attacks
    17/04/2014 : 13:31:59
    Al-Sweady Inquiry: MoD says murder claims are 'conspiracy'
    17/04/2014 : 13:29:44
    Three dead in east Ukraine, Putin warns of 'abyss'
    15/04/2014 : 21:31:35
    Kurdish refugee bound for deportation saved by fellow passengers refusing to wear seat belts to let plane take off
    Exclusive Interviews
    David L. Phillips: Iraq will disintegrate. Then Iraqi Kurdistan will realize its national aspirations.
    Mr. Phillips is Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights at Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights. He is adjunct faculty at Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. Phillips has also served as a senior adviser and foreign affairs expert to the U.S. Department of State
    David Pollock: The United States would like Iraq to be able to balance [the] interests, and not to become under Iranian interim in the future
    Jim Butterfield: Failed states can lead to any number of pathologies: civil war, economic crisis, external intervention, and political opportunism
    Toby Dodge: Kurdish people and especially president Massoud Barzani should work very hard to make sure that another prime minister replaces Nuri Al-Maliki after the April election
    Struan Stevenson: Kurdistan is really a shining example of how democracy and good governance can reach to the economic growth, can provide jobs, can provide a good standard of living for citizens
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    Art
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    Hostility to the Art of Coexistence: The Other is Different, not an Enemy
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    Iraq in a stage of post-federalism
    Ted Galen Carpenter
    A Turkish-Iranian Rapprochement: Regional Implications
    David Romano
    The Americans' Refusal to Get Too Close to the Kurds
    Michael Gunter
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    Dr. Anwar A. Abdullah (Al-Barzanji)
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    Hemin Hawrami
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    Dr. Mohammed Sharif
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    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
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    Reports‌
      The Iraqi Government Still Able to Implement Agreements
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      The Effects of Media in the Transitional Stages
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      Interview with the Professor David Romano
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      The Coming US Withdrawal from Iraq
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