The schisms within the Syrian Kurdish community have never been as deep as the PUK-KPD split in Iraq, however it has been a significant division.
Here is a basic rundown of the September 2016 ceasefire deal in the Syrian conflict, courtesy of Al Jazeera: “A nationwide ceasefire by Assad’s forces
No one expects the current ceasefire in Syria to last very long or provide a long-term solution to the conflict. However this article suggests that
This article takes a position sympathetic to the Kurdish YPD in Rojava. As it states, the Kurds are once again being squeezed between the great
“The borders of the Islamic State’s “caliphate” are shrinking fast. The group’s strongholds in Iraq and Syria are collapsing one by one. The U.S.-led war
This article is interesting for two reasons. First, rather than looking at the US’ role in the Middle East policy as a discrete series of