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The Kurdish case of representation has been one of major political conflict in Middle East since disintegration of Ottoman Empire and creation of Iraq as a new state. The political and military struggle of Kurd's in Iraq has forced Iraq`s governments to accept certain rights including political rights for Kurd's, but without any further development in implementation of such political agreements. The creation of No-fly zone in based on 688 UNSCR in 1991 become as golden opportunity for Kurds to establish political administration which since has emerged as de facto state. The 2003 regime change…mehr

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The Kurdish case of representation has been one of major political conflict in Middle East since disintegration of Ottoman Empire and creation of Iraq as a new state. The political and military struggle of Kurd's in Iraq has forced Iraq`s governments to accept certain rights including political rights for Kurd's, but without any further development in implementation of such political agreements. The creation of No-fly zone in based on 688 UNSCR in 1991 become as golden opportunity for Kurds to establish political administration which since has emerged as de facto state. The 2003 regime change of Iraq led by U.S.A and new Iraqi constitution of Iraq in 2005 which passed public referendum in Oct. 2005 legalized Kurdistan Region of Iraq political status. Despite the agreement the implementation of Iraqi constitution become a new power conflict, also a hidden war against Kurdistan Region concerted by Baghdad new Shia authority. Such developments arguably coerced Kurdish leadership to consider new strategy to counter Baghdad policy. From another side Kurdistan Region established political and economic relations with Turkey and U.S.A. has re-positioned Kurdistan region.
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Ph.D. in International Relations with focus on Foreign Policy and Diplomacy from University of Dohuk (UOD) - Kurdistan Region- Iraq and University of Leicester- UK. BA & MA in Politics and public Administration from University of Roskilde (RUC)-Denmark. Lecturer at Department of Public Policy - University of Dohuk - Kurdistan Region of Iraq.