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Who Is Sardasht Osman?

May 6, 2017 // 0 Comments

Erbil: On May 05, 2010, a young man in his twenties was walking to college to celebrate his graduation day. He was a student of College of Language, University of Salahadin, [...]

Who rules KRG?

February 18, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Hawre Hasan Hama The Kurds of Iraq had been systemically oppressed by different Iraqi regimes since the creation of modern Iraqi state in 1921. Consequently, many Kurdish [...]

KRG Reforms: Small Fish Netting

February 7, 2017 // 1 Comment

Since 2009, the rise of opposition in Kurdistan, tens of reform packages were introduced to the public. Yet, to date, no high-ranking official such as ministers, deputy ministers, general directors, and governors prosecuted for corruption charges, let alone prime ministers.  [...]

Double Standard, Inconsistent Policies of PUK

January 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

Having won the two times popular vote in 1991 and 2005 elections, the PUK is now becoming the third largest Party. Lack of vision for future and personal interests before the Party led to the emergence of the KDP as a decisive force. The PUK still has the potential to rise and become a key player in the game, but it requires a strong leadership and clear policies which are what the Party is missing now.  [...]

Can Turkey Stop PKK Expansion? What Barzani Can Do for Ankara?

January 13, 2017 // 2 Comments

After three decades of arms struggle and bloodshed, the Turkish Government should realize that the only way to deal with PKK is to make peace with it. Otherwise, the PKK continue to grow not only in Turkey, but it may become one of the decisive partners in Iraqi Kurdistan as well. It does not matter if PKK decides to evacuate Sinjar or Makhmour because the influence the PKK made on young Yazidis in Sinjar and elsewhere is not going go away. [...]