Kurdish powers in Syria are showing interest in the efforts of regional and international powers conducted for the Geneva conference.
Parties involved in the Syrian conflict and the war on ISIS are making early preparations for the aftermath of the battles for Mosul.
Turkey’s Options to Counter the Kurds before the Erdogan -Trump Summit
The latest Turkish airstrikes convey a set of messages by the Turkish government in a critical time.
Turkey’s Options towards America’s Support of Syria’s Kurds
American support for Kurds in Syria has become a serious problem that threatens American-Turkish relations.
Conservatives have ramped up their criticism of Rouhani's government, especially after winning the presidential elections.
Features of Demographic Shifts in Mosul after ISIS Defeat
The liberation of Mosul from the grip of "ISIS" poses several challenges related to dealing with the demographic shifts in Mosul.
The PYD continues its efforts and takes new executive actions with the aim of turning the federal system into reality.
Liberating Mosul from ISIS put Turkey before a difficult formula in Iraq
Turkey and Iran appear to be bent on upgrading political and security coordination over regional developments of common and special int
Is the Independence of the Iraqi Kurdish Region Possible?
The President of Kurdistan’s Regional Government (KRG), Masoud Barzani, proceeded with conducting an independence referendum.
Kurdistan's economy is likely to receive a blow, the severity of which hinges on escalatory measures taken by neighboring states.
Despite the ongoing conflicts in the two countries, Kurds are willing to speed up steps that can be built on in the future.
Why does Israel Support the Kurdish Independence?
The Israeli position runs contrary to most regional and international powers opposing the referendum