Zana K. Gul is a political, security and economic analyst specializing in the Middle East and North Africa. He is focusing on the region’s evolution and its broader consequences for the world. A doctoral candidate on Iraq’s foreign policy at the University of Sheffield.
December 7th, 2014
The report published on Your Middle East.com November 30.2014. The eyes of the international community were drawn to the enclave of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq during the confrontation with the Islamic State. While acting as the threatened bulwark, Iraqi Kurdistan took the opportunity to strengthen its foreign relations, writes Zana Khasraw continue reading
August 4th, 2014
Published in The National. 30th of July. 2014. Volume 7. Issue 105. P. 13. Read the online version
June 10th, 2014
Published in Open Democracy: Power within Iraq’s second largest city, Mosul, is a spectrum of forces from ISIS, Ba’athist elements and Sunni tribes, among others. How is this tenuous assortment of power connecting and coordinating in the running of the city? continue reading on Open Democracy