Brandon Friedman examines Turkey's recent military operation into Kurdish governed Afrin and its broader implications for the Syrian war.
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Turkey and two Middle Eastern ‘quasi-states’: Turkish relations with the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Palestinian National Authority
Guest author Dr. Francis Owtram analyzes Turkey’s foreign policy vis-à-vis the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Palestinian Authority.
Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies
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Head of Kurdish Studies Prof. Ofra Bengio writes for the BESA Center.
Paul Rivlin analyzes the consequences of the recent KRG loss of oil fields in the Kirkuk region following the September 2017 independence referendum.
Ankara’s Muted Response to the Kurdistan Region’s Independence Referendum and the International and Regional Context
Kurdistan24 Washington D.C correspondent Dr. Laurie Mylroie contributes with an article focusing on the September 2017 Kurdish independence referendum.
Ceng Sagnic analyzes the potential for a renewed crisis between Turkey and the Iraqi Kurdistan Region given the latter’s rising bid for independence.
Prof. Ofra Bengio writes in the Jerusalem Post about the obstacles that lie in the path of an independent Kurdistan in Iraq.
Dr. David Pollock of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy analyzes Turkish policy vis-à-vis Syrian Kurds by highlighting the challenges, the current modus vivendi and future prospects.
Head of Kurdish Studies Prof. Ofra Bengio analyzes the future of the Kurdistan Region post-Islamic State in her chapter from the edited volume, "After Mosul: Re-Inventing Iraq."