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The Middle East has undergone significant sociopolitical change since the end of the Cold Wa.
The Middle East has undergone significant sociopolitical change since the end of the Cold War. In particular, the geostrategic map of the region has changed since the . invasion of Iraq and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein’s regime. In other words, Kurdish demands for greater cultural and sociopolitical space will have a spillover effect into the larger Iranian society and will help the country establish a transparent and democratic political system that is responsive to the needs of all of its constituent elements.
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Shifting Dynamics of the Kurdistan Question in a Changing Middle East -. Over 35 million Kurds live under the national jurisdictions . Over 35 million Kurds live under the national jurisdictions of Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria where the Kurdish identity, culture, linguistic rights, homeland and own political representation are contested and contained in most cases by the force of arms. The establishment of the Kurdistan Regional Government in Kurdistan-Iraq, the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria and the rise of pro-Kurdish political parties in Kurdistan-Turkey have given rise to the political visibility of the Kurds in international politics.
This is a list of modern conflicts in the Middle East ensuing in the geographic and political region known as the Middle East. The "Middle East" is traditionally defined as the Fertile Crescent (Mesopotamia), Levant, and Egypt and neighboring areas of Arabia, Anatolia and Iran. It currently encompasses the area from Egypt, Turkey and Cyprus in the west to Iran and the Persian Gulf in the east, and from Turkey and Iran in the north, to Yemen and Oman in the south.
The Kurds and the State: Evolving National Identity in Iraq, Turkey, and Iran (Contemporary Issue. y Denise .
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The Kurdish Question Revisited. 37. Ould Mohamedou, Mohammad-Mahmoud. 3. The Kurdish Question Revisited. 706 p. 4. Vertyaev . Kurdy v granitsakh novykh gosudarstv po Sevrskomu (1920) i Lozannskomu (1923) dogovoram. London, Pluto press, 2017.
Part of the Middle East Today book series (MIET). On 14 July 1958, the Hashemite dynasty of Iraq was overthrown in a coup led by the pan-Arab Free Officers. It was a watershed for Iran’s non-state foreign policy. Led by Qasim, the Iraqi republic gradually approached the Soviets. At the same time, Barzani returned to Iraq and sided with Qasim. Jawad, Sa’ad, Iraq and the Kurdish Question: 1958–1970 (London 1981). Karsh, Efraim, The Iran–Iraq War: 1980–1988 (Osprey Publishing, 25 April 2002). Little, D, Cold War and Covert Action: The United States and Syria, 1945–1958.
5 Political aspects of the Kurdish problem in contemporary Turkey Hamit . The end of the Iran-Iraq war signalled the increasing vulnerability of armed Kurdish resistance in both countries.
5 Political aspects of the Kurdish problem in contemporary Turkey Hamit Bozarslan. 6 The situation of Kurds in Iraq and Turkey: current trends and prospects Munir Morad. Most of the papers in this book were originally presented at an orientation seminar on the Kurdish problem organized in June 1989 for a group of United Nations Staff members by Dr Sperl and the External Services Division of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London (SOAS). The papers have since been revised and updated by the authors.