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Influence of Internal Disputes among Kurdish Parties on the Failure of Independence of Iraqi Kurdistan. پژوهشهاي سياسي جهان اسلام 2018; 8 (4) :77-109
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The Kurds were originally one of the original Iranian tribesmen who, during the Safavid rule, following the conflict between Shah Isma'il Safavi and Salim I, the king of the Ottoman Empire in the year 1514 on parts of Iran's territory which were Kurdish - called the Chaldoran War- were separated and joined to the Ottoman Empire's territory. These parts today include: today's Turkish Kurdistan, today's Iraqi Kurdistan, and today's Syrian Kurdistan. The Kurds in all four countries have always concerned about nationalism and independence although they have always had a patriotic feeling towards their homeland, Iran. In this article, which has been written about the independence of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, the authors aim to review the reasons of failure of independence of Iraqi Kurdistan from the perspective of the disputs between the Iraqi Kurdistan's parties. The present study attempts to investigate and answer the following question: "what is the most important reason of the failor of Kurdish independence despite the holding a referendum on the Iraqi Kurdistan's region and gaining a majority of positive votes?" According to the article's hypothesis, due to the unbalanced structure of power in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, the internal controversies between the parties and the lack of coordination between them are the main reasons for the failor of Kurdish independence of Kurdistan in Iraq. The method used in this research is a descriptive and analytical study which deals with the how and why the controversies between the Kurdish parties led to the failure of the independence of the Iraqi Kurdistan. In addition, the decision-making theory of Graham Allison and Herbert Simon has been used in this article.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/05/16 | Accepted: 2018/07/24 | Published: 2019/06/11

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