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by Idrees Mohammed

EPOS Insights

In the aftermath of the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003, the Kurdish de facto state, that was born in 1992, was further consolidated. Iraq’s new constitution recognizes Kurdistan Region (KRG) as a federal unit and envisions significant competences bestowed to regions such as the right to export oil. The involvement in international affairs by KRG takes into question the realists’ view that states are the only units in world politics. A group of characteristics make Kurdistan Region an attracted factor in states’ strategy towards the Middle East. In the following exclusive article for EPOS WorldView, PhD candidate and EPOS analyst Idrees Mohamed analyses the role of KRG in the international arena, pointing out the most relevant aspects of the Kurdish issue



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by Azad Isa (EPOS)

EPOS Notepad

Azad Isa is a young Syrian-Kurdish man from Rojava region. He is 20, and he escaped from Syria with his family when the Syrian Revolution began four years ago. He finished his high school in KRG, and he used to live in Domiz Camp before moving to Turkey, where he is living now. He is not studying at the moment - he is working to help his family - but he would like to go to the university to become a journalist. Azad Isa took part in EPOS MyFuture project in Domiz Camp, and he was one of the most enthusiastic and responsive students, full of energy and interests. In the following article, the first of his careear as EPOS correspondent from Turkey, he narrates the Syrian Revolution from the gound, and the perspective that comes out is that of a young Syrian man who was forced to run away and leave his homeland

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Epos converses with Mr. Zainul-Abdeen and Mr. Ammash

by EPOS
EPOS Conversations

Mr. Ammar Wajih Zainul-Abdeen and Mr. Mohammed Shaker Ammash are both from Iraq. Mr. Zainul-Abdeen is a public policy analyst, and he used to live in Mosul before ISIS arrived. Mr. Ammash served as the Chief of Staff to the Iraqi presidency during al-Maliki government. In this exclusive interview for EPOS they talk about the latest news in Iraq, giving to EPOS readers a particular and unique perspective from the withinside. They depict the situation on the ground, discussing the takeover of Mosul by ISIS and its unknown background, the responsabilities and the involvement of the politics and of many other actors, the position of the International Community, the involvement of the West and the role of KRG

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EPOS Kurdish Chronicle - photodiary from KRG

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 15:55
by Roxane (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

In the following article Roxane depicts the situation in Lalish, the holy place for the Yazidi community, where hundreds of Yazidis fled to escape from the jihadists of the Islamic State. Roxane is a French photographer, and she is working for EPOS as photoreporter in Kurdistan. She is travelling in the area: Erbil, Duhok, Sheikhan, Lalish are some of the cities from where she is reporting. EPOS Kurdish Chronicle – photodiary from KRG is the exclusive photodiary of EPOS which depicts the current situation in the region after the takeover of some cities by the jihadists of Daish. EPOS intends to tell what is happening through the eyes of the people, the sad smiles of the kids, the personal stories of who is running away from the violence of Daish. 



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by Roxane (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

In the following article Roxane describes the situation of the Yazidi IDPs in the camp of Khanki, in the Governorate of Duhok. Roxane is a French photographer, and she is working for EPOS as photoreporter in Kurdistan. She is travelling in the area: Erbil, Duhok, Sheikhan, Lalish are some of the cities from where she is reporting. EPOS Kurdish Chronicle – photodiary from KRG is the exclusive photodiary of EPOS which depicts the current situation in the region after the takeover of some cities by the jihadists of Daish. EPOS intends to tell what is happening through the eyes of the people, the sad smiles of the kids, the personal stories of who is running away from the violence of Daish. 



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by Roxane (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

EPOS is in KRG, and we are following the latest news through our correspondent Roxane. Roxane is a French photographer, and she is working for EPOS as photoreporter in Kurdistan. She is travelling in the area: Erbil, Duhok, Sheikhan, Lalish are some of the cities from where she is reporting. EPOS Kurdish Chronicle – photodiary from KRG is the exclusive photodiary of EPOS which depicts the current situation in the region after the takeover of some cities by the jihadists of Daish. EPOS intends to tell what is happening through the eyes of the people, the sad smiles of the kids, the personal stories of who is running away from the violence of Daish. In the following article Roxane describes the situation in the Lalish Centre of Duhok, the first established Yazidi cultural center in KRG



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EPOS Kurdish Chronicle - photodiary from KRG

Tuesday, 07 October 2014 14:33
by Roxane (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

EPOS is in KRG, and we are following the latest news through our correspondent Roxane. Roxane is a French photographer, and she is working for EPOS as photoreporter in Kurdistan. She is travelling in the area: Erbil, Duhok, Shingal, Lalish are some of the cities from where she is reporting. EPOS Kurdish Chronicle – photodiary from KRG is the exclusive photodiary of EPOS which depicts the current situation in the region after the takeover of some cities by the jihadists of Daish. EPOS intends to tell what is happening through the eyes of the people, the sad smiles of the kids, the personal stories of who is running away from the violence of Daish



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Epos converses with Dr. Dawood Atrushi

by Nicolamaria Coppola (EPOS)
EPOS Conversations

Dr. Dawood Atrushi is the Vice-president for International Relations at the University of Duhok (UoD) in Iraqi-Kurdistan. At the UoD he is responsible for developing and overseeing a variety of university-wide initiatives and policies related to international research and education. In this exclusive interview for EPOS, Dr. Atrushi talks about the current situation in Iraq, whether the Kurds can hold against ISIS, what the latest developments mean for the Peshmerga fighters, the Kurdish bid for independence and the future of the whole country

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