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Tuesday, April 13 • 8:05am - 5:00pm
Implications of the Trump Administration 2018 Foreign Policy Decision Regarding the Kurdish Situation in North-Western Syria

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Threaded within the contours of the Middle East lies one of the most complicated cases cultural interaction in a contemporary sense: the stateless Kurds. Within this research project, the perception in which this crisis is interpreted between the Kurdish population and the Turkish population within the Middle East is explored. Although the intercultural crisis has occurred for decades, a new chapter unfolded within the duration of the Trump administration. Within the previous year, the diplomatic interactions between the United States and the Kurdish population have deteriorated quite rapidly. Consequently, the Kurds who are at a greater risk of state violence have suffered the after-effects of President Trump’s cultural negligence to sever support with the Kurds within Syria. Various states within the region have a complicated relationship with the Kurds, which adds to the difficulty of the situation; these state relationships to the Kurdish population will be addressed and analyzed as an additional perspective of the crisis.


Kristina Diefenderfer

Emergency Management (MS)

Tuesday April 13, 2021 8:05am - 5:00pm EDT
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