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The Kurds and US Foreign Policy: International Relations in the Middle East since 1945

Through this thoughtful and carefully researched account of US relations with the Kurds, Marriana Charountaki seeks to place a superpower’s relations with a nonstate entity in context. She succeeds admirably. US relations with the Kurds might seem at first glance incompatible due to the lack of an independent Kurdish state, but Charountaki in her book suggests otherwise.

Through this thoughtful and carefully researched account of US relations with the Kurds, Marriana Charountaki seeks to place a superpower’s relations with a nonstate entity in context. She succeeds admirably. US relations with the Kurds might seem at first glance incompatible due to the lack of an independent Kurdish state, but Charountaki in her book suggests otherwise.

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