The following interview with Kurdish filmmaker Kazim Oz was originally published by Elizabeth Nolan in Rudaw. Risking threats, harassment and arrest by Turkish authorities, celebrated Kurdish filmmaker Kazim Oz wrote, directed...
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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.
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?