Learn more about the Kurds, who make up the fourth-largest ethnic group in the Middle East, but who have never obtained a permanent nation state.
Real People, Real Stories
Erbil has steadily emerged as the capital of Kurdish Iraq.
The following article was originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald. Let’s go. We need to go; it will be dark soon,” says Heval Dalal with a reassuring smile and a Kalashnikov over her shoulder, as she...
Kurds of all religious backgrounds are committed to rebuilding Iraq.
The following article was originally published in Independent. In the centre of where various pedestrian cobble stone streets meet, in the hip and relatively progressive suburb of Kadıköy, Istanbul, Serdar Bascitin sits with...
Learn what life is like fighting ISIS with Kurds from these two recent college graduates.
According to North Tyneside MP Mary Glindon, the world owes the Kurds a great debt.
KRG Department of Foreign Relations head Falah Mustafa Bakir is calling for an amicable split between Iraq and Kurdistan. Here's why.