Kurds have not been behind any of the major issues of the Middle East but have had to pay a heavy price for problems they did not create.
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The following article was originally published in Al-Monitor. AIN ISSA, Syria — At just 21 years old, Zilan’s burdens are already heavy. She has a pair of violent ex-husbands and a daughter from each. But she said she...
In his first interview since the Kurdish referendum vote in late September, former KRG President Masoud Barzani says he has "no regrets."
A Chaldean Assyrian Syriac Christian's impassioned op-ed impassioned op-ed in support of Kurdistan in these difficult times.
The Kurdish referendum vote in September has quietly provoked a crisis of identity for Kurds.
According to John McCain, the U.S. is still dangerously lacking a comprehensive strategy toward the rest of the Middle East in all of its complexity.
What are the domestic, regional, and international implications of the Kurdish referendum?
According to Bernard-Henri Lévy, what has just transpired in Iraqi Kurdistan is heartbreaking. Read his full op-ed.