Who are the Kurds? | IN 60 SECONDS

The Syrian Civil War has made Kurdistan a top story from CNN to Facebook. But who are the Kurds? While they claim that they are the “largest people without a nation”, AEI Resident Scholar Michael Rubin explores whether or not they are truly a united community.

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