Edward Tat interviews Ian Bradbury, founder of the 1st New Allied Expeditionary Force, on the deteriorating situation in post-Daesh Iraq and the subsequent need for peace-building and deradicalization efforts.
The Kurdish referendum takes place on September 25th. Despite widespread condemnation, President Barzani is continuing along the path towards independence and possibly renewed conflict.
What is the future of Iraq after ISIS? Evon Sworesho discusses the different approaches Iraq can take and what the results of such approaches will be.
The most significant threat to the existence of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and the Peshmerga is not ISIS, but rather an ongoing economic crisis. Roderick explores this financial crisis and discusses the implications as they relate to the mission against ISIS and the refugee and internally displaced persons emergency.
Leon Fleddermann examines the motivations behind foreign volunteers in the Kurdish resistance who are joining the fight against ISIS.
The U.S. Military might have total air supremacy over the sky’s of Iraq and Syria, but can a bombing campaign alone defeat the Islamic state?
Exploring the convergence of the Kurdish nationalist cause and solidarity with women who have fallen victim to IS for Kurdish women fighting on the front lines in Iraq.