Tag Archives: Kurds

Selling Out the Kurds

To recruit Turkey against ISIS, the United States lost sight of its true friends.

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The U.S. Strategy on IS in Iraq Has It Backwards

Why the U.S. government must rethink Iraq’s territorial integrity.

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10 Facts: Kurdistan and the Kurds

The history of Kurdistan helps explain the Kurds’ current conundrum.

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Mr. Bremer’s Shades of Grey

If a black-or-white political culture is grounds for sending in U.S. troops, then few countries require an invasion more urgently than the United States.

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Post-Militarist Turkey: Falling Prey to Islamists?

How can post-militarist Turkey serve as a model for integrating religion into politics and society?

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American Power and the Fall of Modernity (Part I)

What will the nation-state look like in the future?

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The Future of the Middle East

How has the Middle East changed over the last decade — and what does the future hold for the region?

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The Iraq War and Academia’s Faustian Pact

How have warnings of geopolitical chaos in Iraq proven prescient?

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President Sadr: America’s Last, Best Hope?

Could the only remaining hope for a peaceful Iraq lie with Moqtada Sadr?

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Kurds: Fighting for Civil Rights

Kurds have no physical nation, but could they still be unified?

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