Kurdish referendum 2017 | IN 60 SECONDS

Kurdistan might vote on independence from Iraq on September 25th, 2017. What will it mean for the Middle East and the United States? AEI resident scholar Michael Rubin explains.

ARTICLE – What happens the day after the Kurdish referendum? https://goo.gl/7NW2C2

ARTICLE – Independent Kurdistan would be a failed state https://goo.gl/gq6L53

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