U.S. report: Baghdad may not be in a position to cope with the Kurds

U.S. report: Baghdad may not be in a position to cope with the Kurds and Maliki’s alliance with Iran would be a key in aborting their independent state

Posted 08/02/2014 12:25 PM

US report-Baghdad may not be in a position to cope with the KurdsWashington – “arenas of Liberation”
A report to the agency, “United Press International,” the American said: “With the pursuit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for a third term, and amid escalating insurgency in western Iraq, Baghdad may not be in a position to confront the Kurds aspiring to independence and new allies to Turkey.”

She added, “United Press International,” in a report issued yesterday, Friday: “agreement Kurds with Turkey and widening rift between Ankara and Baghdad comes under a policy of reshaping the regional alliances that particular Erdogan decided to make peace with the Kurdish minority in his country.”
the agency quoted a specialist in Middle East Council on Foreign Relations in New York, Stephen Cook was quoted as saying : “distrust growing between Ankara and Baghdad reinforced the decision by Turkey to get energy from Kurdistan.”
said analysts told, “United Press International,” that “al-Maliki and his allies in Iran oppose the establishment of an independent Kurdistan, and this the alliance between Baghdad and Tehran could be used to undermine the institution Kurdish. ”
He analysts that “Tehran will exploit the differences in the Kurdish landscape and work on the use of henchmen from Iraqi Kurds within the competition between Turkey and Iran in the region”, stating that “the greatest danger facing the independent Kurdish state in northern Iraq, the Kurds are loyal to Iran who will make the Kurdish dream difficult to verify through inciting divisions within the Iraqi Kurdish House “.