|'The Kurds in Iraq - Past Present and Future'|
KHRP has arranged a promotional deal with publishers Pluto Press, enabling members and friends to take advantage of a 20% discount on the book 'The Kurds in Iraq: Past, Present and Future' by Kerim Yildiz.
The book explores the key issues facing the Kurds in Iraq in the aftermath of the US-led invasion and chaos of the occupation. It is the most clear and up-to-date account of the problems that all political groups face in rebuilding the country, as well as exploring Kurdish links and international relations in the broader sense. It should be required reading for policy-makers and anyone interested in the current position of the Kurds in Iraq. Yildiz explores the impact of war and occupation on Iraqi Kurdistan, and in particular the crucial role of the city of Kirkuk in the post-war settlement. He also looks at how UN rifts potentially affect the Kurds; relations between Iraqi Kurds and Turkey; relations with Iran; and US policy towards the Kurds.
Kerim Yildiz is the Executive Director of Kurdish Human Rights Project, an independent, non-political human rights organisation founded in 1992. Himself a Kurdish refugee, he has written extensively on matters of human rights, minority rights and international law.
KHRP subscribers and friends can now take advantage of Pluto's discount scheme to purchase the book for £12.00 instead of the cover price of £14.99. For UK and International orders, phone 01264 342832 or fax 01264 342788, remembering to add the international dialling code if calling from outside the UK. For USA orders, contact the University of Michigan Press c/o Chicago Distribution Center on int'l dialing code + (800) 621 2736 / Fax (800) 621 8476. Quote the code PLU0009 and you will receive the book at 20% below the cover price. Please be advised there will be an additional standard delivery cost. The book is also available from all good bookshops (ISBN 0 7453 2229 8 hardback; ISBN 0 7453 2228 X paperback).
For further information please contact:
Kerim Yildiz, Executive Director / Rochelle Harris, Public Relations Officer / Anke Stock, Legal Officer
Kurdish Human Rights Project / 11 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1DH