Kurdled unity?

The Kurdish nation is increasingly becoming a major player in the anarchic Middle East, but traditional divisions and fragmentation have hampered their efforts to forge a place under the sun. With the Syrian conflict in deadlock and various sides vying for Kurdish support, they have seen an opportunity for self-determination. Can the world's largest stateless nation pull together for a common goal, or will it continue to squabble over power and personal interests? Oksana is joined by a senior member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Hemen Hawrami, to confront these issues.


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