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AJCS Conference to Investigate Kurdish Question: New Dynamics & Future Prospects

Al Jazeera Centre for Studies (AJCS) is organising a two-day conference in Doha to investigate the Kurdish question with all of its new dynamics and future prospects.

Sunday, 22 October 2017 09:58 GMT

[AlJazeera]

Al Jazeera Centre for Studies (AJCS) is organising a two-day conference in Doha to investigate the Kurdish question with all of its new dynamics and future prospects.

Scheduled to take place on 25-26 November 2017, the conference will shed light on these dynamics by exploring Kurdish history and identifying the current active forces influencing the Kurdish question, whether between the various Kurdish groups or between the Kurds and their respective countries. It will also look into the influences of regional and international players.

Participants in the seminar will also assess the successes and failures of the recent approaches of the concerned countries, namely Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Iran, to the issue.

The growing impact of regional and international players on the Kurdish question will be also examined along with the impact of the recent rise of separatist movements around the world on the Kurdish struggle.

The conference will conclude by exploring the future prospects of the Kurdish question in the context of a very volatile Middle East.

AJCS was among the first to highlight the gravity of the Kurdish question and its dire geopolitical repercussions on the region during the seminar it organised in cooperation with the Iraqi-African Centre for Strategic Studies in January 2013.

The two-day conference examined the driving forces in Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Iran with the participation of researchers, experts, academics and politicians from those countries. Next month’s conference comes four years after to track the developments of the Kurdish questions in the light of the changes sweeping the region and the entire world.

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