Kurdistan Regional Government

Fifteen years after the American invasion promised to unleash Iraqi Kurdistan's oil sector, ordinary Kurds are left with an economic nightmare.
Assessing the fallout of September's referendum "disaster."
In just seven days, the Kurdish dream of independence turned into the stuff of nightmares.
Kurds are entitled to their own country... In theory.
Some believe that the Trump administration will finish off the ISIS caliphate and then withdraw U.S. forces from much of
The outcome of the referendum is certain, but what happens next is dangerously unknown.
"Progress is often uneven and complicated in the region –– a constant balancing act between various religious and cultural factors."
The overwhelming majority of Kurds want independence.
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) wants Rex Tillerson to answer for a 2011 oil deal involving Iraqi Christian territory.
Critics also claim the deal accelerated Iraq's fragmentation. To the contrary. Some of the blocks fell within disputed areas