The Kurdish Quasi-State: Development and Dependency in Post-Gulf War Iraq (Modern Intellectual and Political History of the Middle East)

The Kurdish Quasi-State: Development and Dependency in Post-Gulf War Iraq (Modern Intellectual and Political History of the Middle East)

By: Denise Natali (author)Hardback

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Explains the nature of the Kurdish north transformation, once an isolated outpost for the Iraqi army and local militia, now an internationally recognized autonomous region, and how it has influenced the relationship between the Kurdistan region and Iraq's central government. The book shows how foreign aid has helped to create and sustain the Kurdish quasi-state, and argues that the generous nature of external assistance to the Kurdistan region over time has given it new forms of legitimacy and leverage in the country.

About Author

Denise Natali is a lecturer and member of the research team at the Centre for Law and Politics at the University of Salahadin, Kurdistan region of Northern Iraq.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780815632177
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 158
  • ID: 9780815632177
  • ISBN10: 0815632177

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