Abd al-Karim Qasim and the kurds of Iraq: Centralization, resistance and revolt, 1958–63

@article{Rubin2007AbdAQ,
  title={Abd al-Karim Qasim and the kurds of Iraq: Centralization, resistance and revolt, 1958–63},
  author={Avshalom Rubin},
  journal={Middle Eastern Studies},
  year={2007},
  volume={43},
  pages={353 - 382}
}
Like the political elites of India, Indonesia, and Nigeria, postcolonial Middle Eastern rulers have struggled to strengthen their states while accommodating plural societies. This has been particularly true of the multi-ethnic and multi-sectarian polities of Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq, all of which have experienced violent ethnic or sectarian strife in the post-colonial era. In all of the aforementioned states, independence did not mean allegiance to the flags and borders bequeathed by the… Expand
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