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Kurdish autonomy and U.S. foreign policy : continuity and change /
edited by Vera Eccarius-Kelly and Michael M. Gunter.
imprint
New York : Peter Lang, [2020]
description
viii, 251 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN
1433168022, 9781433168024, 9781433168031, 9781433168055
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imprint
New York : Peter Lang, [2020]
isbn
1433168022
9781433168024
9781433168031
9781433168055
contents note
U.S. foreign policy and the Kurds -- Non-state actors as agents of foreign policy : the case of Kurdistan / Marianna Charountaki -- Will the United States ever support Kurdish independence? / Michael Rubin -- U.S. foreign policy towards the Kurdish movement under Obama and Trump / Thomas Jeffrey Miley and Güney Yildiz -- U.S. foreign policy and the Kurdistan region -- U.S. foreign policy, Kirkuk, and the Kurds in post-war Iraq : business as usual / Liam Anderson -- From aid to oil : the KRG's dependent economy / Bilal Wahab -- Trump's foreign policy toward the Kurds / Michael M. Gunter -- The Kurds' trump card / David Romano -- Kurdish lobbying, para-diplomacy and Rojava -- Kurdish lobbying and political activism in the United States / Vera Eccarius-Kelly -- From limited partnership to strategic alliance : the emerging significance of Kurdish para-diplomacy in U.S. foreign policy / H. Baran Bingöl -- "Operation Olive Branch" : did the U.S. change its strategy toward the YPG? / Eva Savelsberg -- Imperialism, revolution, and the desire to lecture the Kurds : how should we (not) analyze U.S.-Kurdish relations / Huseyin Rasit.
abstract
Developments in Iranian Kurdish areas are indirectly evaluated in relation to the Kurdistan Independence Referendum and the Islamic Republic's ferocious repression of Kurdish movements (predominantly driven by the theocratic regime's fear of broader domestic opposition). The chapter contributions center on the question of how past U.S.-Kurdish relations could shape the future of U.S. preferences in the region. Scholars in the field examine whether the United States will ever support Kurdish autonomy movements, and if so, under what conditions.
catalogue key
13160485
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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