Analysis

Oil partitioned Kurdistan, covert agreements

The origins of the Red Line Agreement can be traced back to the initial formation of the Turkish Petroleum Company (TPC) in 1912. The TPC was formed as a joint venture between Royal Dutch/Shell, the Deutsche Bank, and the Turkish National Bank, in order to promote oil exploration and production …

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Turkey plans to Invade the West with Army of 5 Millions

Turkey has decided to form a huge army of Islam by uniting 57 Muslim countries. A Turkish newspaper in its report revealed that the army of 5 million men will be baptized “Army of Islam”. The 57 members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation have been invited to form such …

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Afrin besieged by Turkey

Afrin besieged by Turkey: analysis (geopolitical) By Chris Den Hond Translate By : Hassan Ghazi During the round table in the premises of the Syrian Research Center, on “political issues in Syria” on March 18, 2018 in Paris. “We are in the big game and the Kurds are paying the …

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Shaky Turkish-Russia Detente

Voice of America reports that Turkish political instability will likely add to questions in Moscow over Ankara. “They [Moscow] are aware of the difficulties faced by Turkey,” notes Haldun Solmazturk, head of the Ankara-based research group 21st Century Turkey Institute. “They are aware of the priority given by the Turkish …

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Ayyubid Confederation: Empire of Wisdom and Moral

Introduction The Ayyubid or Ayyoubid Empire (Arabic:الأيوبيون, Kurdish: ئەیوبی) was the Kurdish dynasty of sultans founded by Saladin (Salah al-Din ibn Al-Ayubbi) about 1171 CE. It ruled Egypt, Palestine, Syria, most of Yemen, Diyar Bakr, Mecca, Hejaz, Kurdistan and Mesopotamia in the 12th and 13th centuries. In the cinema and …

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Why Trump Should Support a Kurdish State?

At the same time, the United States often finds itself supporting nations or groups of fighters in the Middle East who make for rather dubious allies. It supported the mujahideen in Afghanistan, which turned into the Taliban. The rebels the United States supported in Libya committed about the same level …

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Kurdish Assabiya and Bazayee , Language

  Introduction This paper introduces a medieval philosopher within a project of alternatives to the Eurocentric context that dominates current thinking in human sciences. Ibn Khaldun, from the 14th century, is renowned in both the East and the West for his Muqaddima [Prolegomena]. Hence, this paper is anchored in this …

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