Kurdistan in Iraq : the evolution of a quasi-state
The Kurdish-Iraqi conflict lies in the fact that Kurdistan is a nation-without-a-state and Iraq is a non-nation state, each possessing a nationhood project differing from and opposing the other. Iraqi-Kurdistan is an outward looking entity seeking external patronage. Though external patronage has pl...
|Main Author:||Rafaat, Aram, , [Author]|
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Routledge studies in Middle Eastern democratization and government