"People Without A Country" ( Ed Gerard Chaliand ) and "The Kurdish Question In Iraq" ( Edmund Ghareeb ) Analytical Essay by The Research Group

"People Without A Country" ( Ed Gerard Chaliand ) and "The Kurdish Question In Iraq" ( Edmund Ghareeb )
Reviews two books on the history of the Kurds' struggle for rights and a homeland against Iraq and other nations.
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The history of the conflict between the Kurds and the government of their homeland of Iraq up to about 1980 is covered in two books. One book addresses specifically the Kurdish question in Iraq as a historical narrative, the other covers the same issues through history in essays by several different historians and commentators

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The history of the conflict between the Kurds and the government of their homeland of Iraq up to about 1980 is covered in two books. One book addresses specifically the Kurdish question in Iraq as a historical narrative, the other covers the same issues through history in essays by several different historians and commentators. The two books taken together offer a picture of the conflict and of the peoples of this part of the world, showing how the two sides differ, how they are alike, and how the differences are having a greater effect than any similarities."

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