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The Kurdish movement for independence could have massive implications for the increasingly fragile Middle East. Resident Scholar Michael Rubin examines the unresolved questions that would follow an independent Kurdish state in a new piece titled “Kurdistan Rising: Considerations for the Kurds, Their Neighbors, and the Region”. He is available for interview.
The Kurdish drive for independence has the potential to disrupt a Middle Eastern order that has lasted more than a century. And yet, the debate both in the United States and among Kurds continues to focus almost exclusively on questions of morality and justice, rather than on the security, diplomatic, and economic issues that one or more Kurdish states or a federation of Kurdish regions would almost immediately face.
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