The safety aspect in the Kurdish autonomous region
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The geopolitical situation and the common thought and action allow the Kurds to think realistically about creating a Kurdish state in the future. Can play a very important world powers: US, Russia, China and pretending to titters of Turkey. Each of these countries greedily looking at the natural resources on the territories of Kurdistan, which are necessary for their development. Political autonomy of the Kurdistan Region has a good chance to strengthen, as far as the constitution of its foreign relations (diplomatic and economic) and a deepening of political unification and the Administration, if in the future there will be serious disagreements between the Democratic Party of Kurdistan and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, which may be used by Baghdad, Tehran and Ankara to weaken the Kurdish government. The essential question in the case.
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