Inner-Kurdish relations are complex and have the potential to damage the overall Kurdish cause.
The civil war in Syria has opened new windows of opportunity for the Kurdish cause. After decades of nationalist struggle in Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran, the Syrian conflict may redistribute the cards.
"The Kurdish Cause: Pragmatism and New Opportunities"
Pragmatism shapes the relationship between the Egyptian army and the Brotherhood.
Current events seem to exemplify the existence of a clear opposition between the Egyptian army and the Muslim Brotherhood. On July 3, the military toppled Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's president and head of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) — the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood. Subsequently, thousands of Muslim Brothers and Islamists took the streets to protest against what they called a “military coup.”
"The Egyptian Army and the Muslim Brotherhood: A Complex Relationship (Part 1/2)"