kurdistan

Politics
The internet may have been shocked by the nickname, but the Kurdish reporter said he loved it.
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Assessing the fallout of September's referendum "disaster."
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The announcement could set off a new crisis in Iraq.
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In just seven days, the Kurdish dream of independence turned into the stuff of nightmares.
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The ill winds of history are blowing again toward Kurdistan. Serious threats have been made by Kurdistan’s powerful neighbors
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Kurds are entitled to their own country... In theory.
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I am back in Buenos Aires after nearly 40 years. At the time, the country was a dictatorship, an archipelago of torture. For
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Turkey, Iran and Iraq have all threatened retaliation.
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Most Americans alive today have no memory of our country ever changing its borders. And the last time it happened, many Americans
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Small, autonomous states are shaping their own futures without interference from capitals.
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The outcome of the referendum is certain, but what happens next is dangerously unknown.
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The vote is being held amid international warnings and threats to stop it.
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An upcoming referendum on Kurdish independence has implications for Turkey, Syria and Iran.
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"Progress is often uneven and complicated in the region –– a constant balancing act between various religious and cultural factors."
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Speech delivered on March 7, 2017, in Erbil, capital of Iraqi Kurdistan, on the occasion of the advance premiere of the film
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Wresting the city from ISIS is a challenge even before the fighting begins.