The Kurds of Iraq
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Since the 1991 Gulf War, Iraqi Kurdistan has enjoyed considerable autonomy, with its own government, border controls and even stamps. In contrast to the rest of Iraq, it is a heartening success story, enjoying peace, stability, and a booming economy. While much previous commentary has focused on political, military and humanitarian issues, this handsome volume, lavishly illustrated with superb colour photographs, offers a unique glimpse of the region's life and people, its farming methods, its media, and the position of women.