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The Kurds and the Future of Syria

Interview By Joseph Puder  The recent announcement by the Obama administration that it intends to provide arms and funds to the Syrian rebels, begs a number of key questions. One such question is why the administration has not been cultivating … Continue reading

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ONCE UPON A TIME

Iraqi Kurdistan – from landmines to bright future Meer Ako Ali tells a very personal story of growing up in the 90s with landmines and a sense of self-insignificance in Iraqi Kurdistan, and how it all began to change when … Continue reading

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Springtime for Israelis, Turks and Kurds?

        Brookings Institution  | Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s airport telephone call apologizing to his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for the death of Turkish citizens during a military operation against the ship Mavi Marmara in 2010 … Continue reading

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    Down from the mountains: Rehabilitating former PKK guerillas   Media Insight Report   The government has tried to bring the PKK down from the mountains through amnesty programmes, but experts argue much more needs to be done to … Continue reading

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