12 Feb, 2019

The PKK’s miscalculation of regional politics from the ceasefire to the present day

Enes Calli | 12 February 2019

In 2013, Saleh Muslim, the former co-chair of the Democratic Union Party (PYD), visited Ankara and met with Turkish officials. “Kurds will need to have a new status in the new order in Syria,” [...]

The PKK’s miscalculation of regional politics from the ceasefire to the present day2020-08-09T14:11:17+03:00
1 Aug, 2018

The (Military) Rise of Armed Non-State Actors: Explanations and Implications

Omar Ashour | 01 August 2018 | TR | AR

This policy brief seeks to understand the sources of strength of armed non-state actors and to explain why stronger state actors have sustained difficulties in defeating them on the tactical
The (Military) Rise of Armed Non-State Actors: Explanations and Implications2020-08-15T11:51:23+03:00
22 Dec, 2016

The Mosul Operation and the Status of al-Hashd al-Sha’bi

Mesut Ozcan | 22 December 2016 | TR

The operation to liberate Mosul has hit delays due to limited advanced preparations, ISIL resistance, weather conditions, and the inherent challenges of waging a war inside a city. The hopes of scoring a quick victory in Mosul are fading away.
The Mosul Operation and the Status of al-Hashd al-Sha’bi2020-08-10T18:42:55+03:00
12 Nov, 2016

Iraq After ISIL: Stabilization, Traumatized Minorities, and Disputed Territories

Muhanad Seloom | 12 November 2016 | TR

This paper examines the political and ethno-sectarian implications of driving ISIL out of Mosul, the last city occupied by ISIL in Iraq. Iraq after ISIL cannot be the
Iraq After ISIL: Stabilization, Traumatized Minorities, and Disputed Territories2020-08-10T19:41:09+03:00
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