Personal Reading References Amanda Metcalfe University of Colorado Colorado Springs Required Reading References (null) H. R. W. (2016). Iraq Country Summary. Human Rights Watch presents a yearly summary of Iraq for 2016 a year filled with armed conflict extremist Islamic State occupation and Kurdish and central Iraqi militia and US led campaigns. The abuses of human rights discussed include those specific to Islamic State pro-government forces displacement of people accountability in justice freedom of expression and rights of women and girls. Key legislation and human rights campaigns have contributed in positive ways while impacts of war and IS occupation and militia reaction has served to destroy human rights within the country of Iraq. This book is important for my research because it provides me with necessary data. (null) K. R. G. (2017 May). Fact sheet: About the Kurdistan Regional Government. Retrieved May 6 2017 from cabinet.gov.krd The Kurdistan Regional be assured of achieving the objectives of my research paper. Voller Y. (2014). The Kurdish Liberation Movement in Iraq. New York: Routledge. The Kurdish people following WWI ended up stateless and divided among 5 countries. This book investigates the liberation movement that follows. It highlights the development of an armed guerrilla movement that evolved into a de-facto state governance. It discussed the divisions that occurred as a result of the nationalist movement in Iraq while examining the transformation that led to such movement. Voller uses a constructivist framework to explore de facto statehood while highlighting the interests of the actors in the international system. Conceptually he provides an account of the rise of Kurdish elevation in Iraq by tracing specifying and analyzing Kurdish nationalism autonomous ideology tribal uprisings and the influences of the Ottoman Empire. I will use the article as a source of information for my research paper. [...]
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