April 17th, 2015

Jamestown Foundation:Terrorism Monitor.Volume: 13 Issue: 8. Read on Jamestown Foundation website

August 23rd, 2013

Published in OpenDemocracy, The already strained Baghdad-Ankara relationship has further deteriorated in recent years, due to regional crises, internal political instability, narrow perceptions and regional interests. The deterioration in relations was, to some extent, inherent in the domestic and regional evolution of the two countries. The relationship, which was steadily progressing during the US occupation […]

August 12th, 2013

Published on OpenDemocracy. Although the civil war in Syria is ongoing, the Kurds have achieved major strides towards their rights by controlling a region for the first time in Syrian modern history. The emergence of the Syrian Kurds, for the first time in modern Syrian history after decades of repression, faces many difficulties and pitfalls […]

June 7th, 2013

Published on OpenDemocracy. These developments in Syria, with the involvement of Iraqis, have intensified and widened the divisions among Iraqis themselves.   All the signs are that Iraq is heading towards a sectarian war reviving the memories of the civil war of 2006-07, unless there is containment of the political crisis by the major political […]

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