Syrian Civil War
Turkey's Emerging Role in the Middle East
Fratricidal Jihadists: Why Islamists Keep Losing their Civil Wars
Russia's Syria War: A Strategic Trap?
Water Thieves or Political Catalysts? Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon
Saudi Arabia's Motives in the Syrian Civil War
The Four Waves of Global Jihad, 1979-2017
The Role of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Syrian Civil War
The Future of Iraq: Is Reintegration Possible?
Post-ISIS Iraq and Syria: Avoiding Chaos
Michael M. Gunter, ed.
The Kurds, who are often referred to as the world's "largest stateless" nation, have rebelled numerous times in the past century against repressive and assimilationist policies in four key Middle Eastern states: Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria.