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Shimla: In a major jolt to the ruling BJP, three-time BJP MP from Hamirpur Suresh Chandel on Monday joined the Congress.His decision to join the Congress despite having been denied the ticket to contest against Anurag Thakur, also a third-time MP has surprised many in the BJP circle. His presence in the Congress campaign will be the biggest selling point for the party in its campaign, not alone Hamirpur but also across the state. Former Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal was first to react. ” Anyone leaving the party, especially such juncture is a loss to the party family,” he said. He joined the Congress in presence of Rahul Gandhi, Himachal Congress president Kuldeep Rathore, leader of opposition Mukesh Agnihotri and All India Congress Committee (AICC) in-charge Rajni Patil. Chandel was in constant touch with senior AICC leaders as had spurned the efforts made by Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur to stay put in the BJP. The Congress has given the ticket to Ram Lal Thakur, a sitting MLA. Chandel will join his campaign on April 25 when Thakur files nomination. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM'”Chandel is our prize cash. It’s a huge blow to the BJP. Our doors are open to all those BJP leaders, who are willing to join us and support the party to win all four seats,” said PCC president Kuldeep Rathore. Asked about his role, Rathore said the party has assured him that he will be given due place in the organisation keeping in view stature, seniority and political relevance. Hailing from Bilaspur town, Chandel had been BJP’s state president and had held several key positions in the party including its organising secretary in 1990-91. Chandel was one of 11 MPs, 10 from the Lok Sabha, who was accused in the ‘Cash-for-question’ sting operation in 2005 and lost his membership of the Lok Sabha. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KHe terms the episode as ‘tragedy of his life”. ” I have paid a very heavy price for it. Yet, I have decided to move putting a bad chapter of my political career behind,” he says. Back in the party’s folds in 2006-2007, Chandel was given a ticket for state assembly in 2012, which he lost and this time, was not considered for the state assembly polls. Knowing that the BJP will re-field Anurag Thakur in Hamirpur, Chandel lobbied in the Congress. It was at the last minute that the party ticket was given to Ram Lal Thakur leaving Chandel high and dry. “Today, I told Rahul Gandhi that ticket was never his priority though it’s fact that I wanted to fight Hamirpur Lok Sabha poll – a constituency I had won three times. Nevertheless, I will work for the Congress whole heartily,” he told the Millennium Post.
Rabat – Sixty-five Moroccans have applied for asylum in Sweden with false documents, reports Swedish news website Svenska Dagbladet (SvD).False identities are a major problem with Moroccan asylum seekers in Sweden, says the site, adding that, based on a memo issued by the border police, out of a total of 77 Moroccan nationals who recently arrived in Sweden, 65 were proven to have false documentation. Additionally, out of 50 who claimed to be underage, only two were found to be minors.In the first four months of 2017, 7,272 applied for asylum in Sweden, while 2016 saw a total of 28,939 applications. The memo says that border police in Sweden have for the first time been able to compare the identities of the persons to be deported and fingerprints that the person left at home, noting that many have forged documents coming to the border without documentation, providing the police with fake names and birth dates.“Although it is a small sample and of a specific nationality, and despite the limitations, it is the first time we have been able to verify the alleged identities and ages, thanks to the system of fingerprints found in Morocco,” police chief Patrik Engström wrote in the memo.Engström added that the authorities run into problems when asylum seekers who claim they are Moroccans do not show up in the fingerprint database.“It could be that the person is not Moroccan,” he continued. “Then we have to go back and make a new investigation of nationality, which can be lengthy and complicated.”Engström went on to add that false identification is an issue as migrants could commit crimes under someone else’s name.
In a video message to the ITU World Conference on International Telecommunications, taking place in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, Secretary-General Ban called on Member States to maintain the free electronic flow of ideas and information, adding that the UN “stands behind the goal of an open Internet.”“A digital divide has no place in the information age and 21st-century knowledge economy,” he said. “Our overall objective must be to ensure universal access to information and communication technology – including for the two-thirds of the world’s population currently not online.” The 11-day conference – which is slated to run until 14 December – will bring an estimated 1,900 delegates from 193 nations together to review the current International Telecommunications Regulations (ITRs), which function as the binding global treaty designed to facilitate international interconnection of information and communication services, as well as ensuring their efficiency and widespread public usefulness and availability. Although the treaty sets out general principles for assuring the free flow of information around the world, media reports have anticipated diplomatic clashes between Member States over the level of global oversight necessary in regulating the internet, with some delegates reportedly voicing concern that too much regulation would potentially stifle online freedom of expression and ease of communication. In his address, the Secretary-General affirmed the need for a free internet as part of the digital citizen’s “right to communicate” and share ideas across all media and all frontiers. “Information and communications technologies are transforming our world, opening doors, educating and empowering people, saving lives,” Mr. Ban said, pointing to the effects of social media and technology in driving the Arab Spring protests and similar democratization efforts around the world. “We must continue to work together and find consensus on how to effectively keep cyberspace open, accessible, affordable and secure for all,” he added.
In the various studies he conducted over the years, Black focused on losses in three categories: spousal/partner; pet; and miscarriage.Black says, among the people he has studied, 86 per cent had dreams of their spouse or partner, 75 per cent dreamed of their pet, and 60 per cent dreamed of their children lost through miscarriage.Grief dreams are overwhelmingly positive, says Black. They tend to consist of the deceased offering comfort to the bereaved and assurances that the deceased person is OK or that they still love the one left behind.In the case of holiday dreams, Black refers to a dream diary that one of his research subjects kept of her late father.“One of her dreams had her father arriving at the front door to let her know that he would be with the family on Christmas Day,” says Black.Pet dreams are usually about the deceased animal and owner doing some kind of activity, or relaxing, together, says Black.Joshua Black, a recent PhD graduate at Brock University, researches dreams people have of deceased loved ones. He also produces a podcast where people share their grief dreams.In the case of miscarriage, Black explains there are commonly three stages of dreams. The first is of the baby being born, baptized and presented to the family. The second is when the child is a toddler, learning to walk and say things like “Mama” and “Daddy.” The third involves the child as a teenager or adult assuring the parent of no wrong-doing in the miscarriage.Sometimes, dreams can be negative, such as the deceased suffering or dying, Black says. This usually occurs when the dreamer is suffering from guilt, blame or post-traumatic symptoms.Black was inspired to do this research near the end of his undergraduate days about a decade ago.He and his father Mark were supposed to go to a hockey game one evening. Father and son had a bit of a rocky past, but had worked it out and were getting closer. So, it was with some foreboding that the junior Black waited, and waited, for his dad to show up. Instead, the phone rang with devastating news: Mark was gone.The grief was overwhelming and “took all the joy out of my life,” the younger Black recalls. But three months later, Black had a life-changing experience that would spearhead a pioneering research program in a little-explored field.“I had a dream about my dad and acknowledging my loss,” Black recalls. “I walked up to him and I said, ‘I’m going to miss you, I love you.’ And we hugged.“When I woke up, the power of that dream was that all the happiness in life came back to me. I still don’t understand it to this day, but this type of dream is very common with the bereaved.”Overall, grief dreams, such as what Black had experienced, help the grieving to regulate their emotions, continuing a bond, accept their loss, and to “learn to live in this world with an open heart,” says Black. “I always like to say that one dream can be like 10 years of psychotherapy.”In addition to his research, Black created a podcast series called Grief Dreams that he co-hosts with Shawn Ram in which people share the dreams they’ve had of their departed loved ones. He also wrote a book to help children cope with bereavement and grief dreams and conducts talks and workshops on the subject.Black recently completed his PhD in Psychology at Brock under the supervision of Professor Kathy Belicki, who says Black’s research is cutting-edge, with the “potential to contribute both to theory and clinical practice.”“Particularly exciting is the identification of a type of dream that is quite different from both ordinary and post-traumatic dreams: specifically, dreams that are positive in emotional tone and usually consist of the dreamer interacting with the deceased,” she says. “These dreams have a different quality from dreams that seem to involve remembering past interactions with the deceased, and instead have the quality of a fresh encounter.”Black plans to develop programs to teach the public about the power and potential of grief dreams. The holidays are generally a time for good cheer. But for some families, an empty chair at the dinner table is a sad reminder of the loss of a loved one.Joshua Black says it’s common for people to dream of the departed during this time of year.“The holidays can be very distressing for bereaved individuals, and these dreams may provide them the comfort they need,” says Black, a recent PhD graduate at Brock University.Black researches grief dreams, which people often have of loved ones who have died.His master’s and PhD research centred on three questions:Are dreams of deceased loved ones a common experience among the bereaved?Why do some people have dreams of the deceased and others don’t?Why do people have positive dreams and others have negative ones?
NEW FIGURES FROM the ESRI show that Ireland has the highest birth rate of of any EU state — at 15.6 per 1,000 of the population.The average birth rate across the 27 nations is 10.4 per 1,000.The think-tank’s ‘Perinatal Statistics Report’ for 2012 shows a decline in birth numbers last year — with 71,986 births recorded. That’s a drop of 3.2 per cent since 2011, and represents a fall of 5.3 per cent since 2009.There was also a further drop in the perinatal mortality rates — estimated at 5.9 per cent per 1,000 live births and stillbirths in 2012. In 2003, the corresponding figure was 8.6 per 1,000.There were 1,217 sets of twins born in the country last year, and 33 sets of triplets.Breastfeeding47 per cent of all newborn babies were exclusively breastfed in 2012, a figure unchanged since 2011.The average age of women giving birth was just under 32 — a slight rise on the figure for the previous year. The average age in 2003 was 30.6 years.Just two per cent of women giving birth were aged under 20, while 30 per cent were aged 35 years or older.The average age of first-time mothers was exactly thirty, while the average age of mothers giving birth for a second time or more was 33.2 years.In addition, some 34 per cent of all births were to single mothers, while almost a quarter were to mothers born outside Ireland.There were 176 home births last year in Ireland, compared with 236 in 2003 — a drop of 25 per cent over the decade.Related: This is how Ireland intends to change ‘outdated’ laws on bringing up children…Read: First poll finds large majority in favour of same sex marriage
Apr 24th 2017, 9:01 AM Share222 Tweet Email9 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 132 Comments Irish parents routinely lie about being a car’s main driver to lower their children’s premiums Over 13% of parents have ‘fronted’ for their children’s insurance according to a new survey. What might save you a small amount up front could leave you facing a much larger bill in the event of an accident should the insurer refuse to pay out.Fronting can be seen as a consequence of the stretched insurance market in Ireland at present, with becoming insured, let alone buying a car, a financial impossibility for many young people here.Between 2015 and 2016, more than a third of Irish drivers saw their insurance rise by up to 50%, with people consequently driving with reduced levels of insurance in an attempt to manage costs.The industry here has previously defended itself saying that higher claim payouts in recent years have necessitated premium hikes in order to balance the books.In January, it was recommended by a government working group that insurers should be made to explain to drivers why their motor premiums have increased.Read: Rush hour warning to drivers as truck catches fire on Naas RoadRead: What on earth is going on with motor insurance premiums in Ireland? https://jrnl.ie/3355270 Monday 24 Apr 2017, 9:01 AM Short URL By Cianan Brennan Source: Shutterstock/Andrey YurlovA LARGE NUMBER of Irish parents have admitted to claiming to being the main driver of their child’s car in order to reduce their insurance premium, a practice known as ‘fronting’.The information is contained in a new AA survey which says that 13% of parents asked had admitted to either currently or at some time in the past fronting for their children’s insurance.3,165 responses were sought by the AA regarding the issue earlier this month.Of those 4.6% admitted that they were currently engaging in the practice. A further 9% admitted that they had done so in the past.17.6% said they would be tempted to do so, with the remaining 68.8% saying they would never be tempted.Gaining driving experience on a parent’s insurance policy is a well-trodden path towards gaining their licence for Irish children.If detected however, insurance fronting could result in a company refusing to pay out on a claim.Parents aged between 46 and 55 were the most likely to have either named themselves as the main driver of a child’s car, or to have considered doing so.“The cost of driving and particularly learning to drive has always been front-loaded, in that purchasing a car and getting it insured is most expensive in your first few years behind the wheel before tapering off over time,” said the AA’s director of consumer affairs Conor Faughnan.“While it may be tempting to resort to lying to your insurer to reduce your premiums, doing so is never worth the risk,” he added. 32,322 Views
Clark County pet owners can now license their dogs and cats online.Applications for a new license or to renew an existing license are at https://petlicense.clark.wa.gov.Dogs and cats older than 8 weeks must be licensed in unincorporated Clark County, the city of Vancouver and the town of Yacolt. Licenses are free until the pet is 6 months old, and up to $20 annually depending on the species and whether it is spayed or neutered. Owners are subject to a $100 fine per unlicensed animal.
The 62 people involved have been relocated, some to other DOC facilities, and are now serving time in segregation, according to DOC. The prisoners used furniture to barricade themselves in the Hotel Mod. The riot lasted over nine hours, starting at 9pm. Special Operation Response Teams from Kenai and Anchorage were deployed and arrived on scene at roughly 3:00am. Non-lethal force was used to gain compliance of the unit. DOC Officers had full containment of Hotel Mod by 6:00am. Photo courtesy of Department of Corrections Repairs to the damage done in the facility is expected to cost roughly $100,000 and are expected to be completed in 30 days. On Friday, officials said you could still smell and feel the burn of pepper spray and other non-lethal gases used to tame rioters.In a statement from Alaska Correctional Officers Association, “A riot occurred at Spring Creek Correctional Center in Seward, AK. There was extensive damage to a housing unit, but no Officers were injured. Recognized institutional gangs were involved.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A total of 62 prisoners in the Hotel Mod at Spring Creek Correctional Center barricaded the entry to their housing unit and began destroying property, on May 7, according to a release from the Department of Corrections. According to a DOC spokesperson the riot was used “as a means of protesting waking up at 8 a.m. for cell inspection.”
Amid escalating diplomatic row between the two countries, the Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad, in an apparent protest, has stopped issuing visas to Pakistanis, said an official on Monday.The decision was taken as a visa extension application submitted by Bangladesh diplomat Muhammad Iqbal Hossain, counsellor (press) at Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad, remained pending for over four months.Iqbal submitted the application to Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in January last which was sent to its Ministry of Interior later but there has been no positive response so far, the official added.A diplomat in Islamabad said the post of visa officer remained vacant since November last and Iqbal was looking into the section in addition to his current charge.“As a sign of protest, he (Iqbal) stopped issuing visas to Pakistanis for the last one week,” the diplomat told UNB, adding that it is not the kind of closure through any official announcement.Officials said Iqbal is now living in Islamabad with his daughter while his wife and son are in Dhaka.Iqbal applied for visa extension on January 9 to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan which was cleared and sent to its Ministry of Interior two days later.On the other hand, his wife and son applied for visas in Pakistan High Commission here but they were not granted visas yet.“So far we know, the Pakistan High Commission in Dhaka called them to the mission to take visas but when they went there they told them to come later after keeping them waiting for over an hour,” another diplomatic source said, adding that it happened thrice to them.Iqbal’s visa expired on March 30 last and he has already sent the container (his belongings) to Bangladesh on April 27 amid assurance from the Pakistan side that his visa extension application will be approved. There have been series of meetings and exchange of letters but all efforts went in vain, said a diplomatic source.The Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs reportedly proposed Saqlain Syedah as its new High Commissioner to Bangladesh in early March last year.But, Bangladesh neither accepted nor rejected the nomination, diplomatic sources said.
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — “The Buffalo Hunt,” a new documentary on the homeland of the Oglala Lakota, attempts to shun clichés around the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota involving poverty and addiction and instead focus on traditions around the Native American tribe.Directed by Philip Di Fiore, the film lets the Lakota Sioux people of today speak without narration as they work to save customs passed down by the elders through the buffalo hunt — a sacred act which extends to all aspects of life. There, in the hunt, elders share stories on how previous generations used the animal’s gifts and prepared hunters for the world before them. Young members watch and participate.The year-long project on Pine Ridge began after producer Phillip O’Leary took part in the 2016 protests at Standing Rock over the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline over concerns the local drinking water would be polluted. O’Leary originally wanted to dive into a documentary around the Standing Rock protests until he met Pine Ridge members, Di Fiore said. The Lakota Sioux men, like members of other Native American tribes from New Mexico to Oklahoma, had come to Standing Rock in solitary.“Phillip was captivated by their stories so the focus of the project changed,” Di Fiore said.But would it fall victim of other stereotypical portrayals?Pine Ridge has been the subject of a number of documentaries that have centred on the reservation’s extreme poverty, chronic alcoholism or drug addiction. Those films, like the 2008 “The Battle for Whiteclay” and the 2014 “Sober Indian Dangerous Indian,” regularly juxtapose the breathtaking landscape of the Great Plains with human suffering in a place where unemployment hovers around 85 per cent.“As a white guy from New York coming into their world, I didn’t want to fall into these traps,” said Di Fiore, a Brooklyn-based director best known for shooting music videos. “So we were very careful not to insert a preachy message or stamp our views on anything. We just let the story unfold.”Eventually, Di Fiore and his crew turned their attention to traditional buffalo hunts where the Oglala Lakota worked on their terms. Di Fiore conducted no interviews. He didn’t seek outside experts to explain anything.Instead, he filmed detailed shots of hunters skinning a buffalo then delivering meat to elders for stew. That became the window to larger stories about community across the sprawling 3,500 square-mile (9,064 square-kilometre) reservation.Some shots go longer than expected. An elder’s nearly five-minute speech is shown in its entirety.After one hunt, Di Fiore focuses on a one woman, who, at 75 years old, had just finished getting her college degree. She’d been sent to a boarding school as a child and forgotten how to speak her traditional language. A young member heard her story after delivering buffalo ground meat to her.Those in hunts tackled stereotypes by just being themselves, Di Fiore said. After taking part in a ceremony following a hunt in one scene, male members hear a story about how the buffalo will enter the spirit world. The men in the ceremony wear hoodies and baseball caps.“We wanted to do our best to be respectful and take you into their world,” Di Fiore said.“The Buffalo Hunt” already has won a number of awards, including best feature documentary honours at the Prague Film Awards and Canada International Film Festival.The film is set to be released on Amazon Prime on June 24.___Russell Contreras is a member of The Associated Press’ race and ethnicity team. Follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/russcontreras .Russell Contreras, The Associated Press In this March 2018 photo, provided by The Buffalo Hunt LLC, Tobie True Blood carries a rifle following a traditional buffalo hunt on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. “The Buffalo Hunt,” a new documentary on the homeland of the Oglala Lakota, attempts to shun clichés around Pine Ridge and instead focuses on traditions around the human condition. (Philip Di Fiore/Phillip O’Leary The Buffalo Hunt LLC via AP) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email ‘The Buffalo Hunt’ seeks to show tribe in a new light by Russell Contreras, The Associated Press Posted Jun 7, 2019 1:42 pm PDT
Cypriot composer Marios Joannou Elia has been chosen by the Japanese city of Kyoto to compose and make its audio-visual portrait.Work on Sound of Kyoto – a contemporary audiovisual portrait of the city – began in January 2018 and is expected to be completed in 11 months.“The project’s goal and vison is to musicalise the entire city,” Elia said in a video posted on the official website of the project.This means, he said, that Kyoto will be used as an indoor and outdoor stage, while, “its musicians, music ensembles, choirs and orchestras, together with the city’s own sounds and acoustic elements, will be combined in a unified whole.” The Sound of Kyoto will then be presented in a film.According to CNN Greece, Elias is working on the project with the help of two symphony orchestras, three choirs, a mandolin orchestra, a brass orchestra, including the Matryomin orchestra, the world’s only orchestra that plays music through a theremin antenna inserted into Matryoshka figures.The project combines soloists and lyric singers, traditional orchestras and ensembles with traditional instruments including taiko percussion instruments.To capture the sounds of Kyoto, Elia also records events and activities in the city such as sumo fights, boating on the Hozugawa river, a visit to the traditional town of Miyama in addition to observing geishas as the geisha culture was born in the area in question.In an interview with the Cyprus News Agency, Elia said that he wanted to penetrate “into the heart of each culture and its people.”A total of 550 musicians, a 27-member production team and 53 volunteers are participating in the project, CNN Greece said.Elia’s project was selected by the Japanese city from 330 proposals. The composer, who was also the artistic director of Pafos2017, completed a similar project in 2017, the ‘Sound of Vladivostok’.Elia’s parents are from Kyrenia and moved to Paphos after 1974. He was born in 1978 and educated in Paphos until 1998 when he left to study music and musicology at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and then the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.He has also worked as a composer and researcher and written music for concerts and operas.More information on Sound of Kyoto can be found at: http://www.soundofkyoto.jp You May LikePlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD Total Restore SupplementU.S. Cardiologist: It’s Like a Pressure Wash for Your InsidesGundry MD Total Restore SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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But its glorious,” one of the placards read. “They asked us to put on hold our rally till further notice.A move to Marvels comic book rivals of old, diced celery? due on 3DS October 3 and by the holidays for Wii U We saw a bit more of Hyrule Warriors the Zelda-meets-Dynasty Warriors brawler for Wii U which Nintendo says it’ll launch September 26 3DS versions of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire were confirmed for November And we caught another glimpse of Bayonetta 2 now due in October And of course we had our first look at Zelda for Wii U (that’s it up top): a gorgeous long shot of Hyrule with close-in focus on exquisitely detailed blades of swishing grass running to distant mountains at the other end of a vast expanse You can go all the way to those mountains and back says Nintendo … which of course brought to mind Bethesda’s pitch for Oblivion in 2004 or 2005 though it’s hard not to feel a little thrill at the prospect of playing something like Nintendo’s version of Skyrim The soonest we’ll get to do so is 2015 says Nintendo All told a respectable if downtempo showing If the goal was to generate the kind of buzzy spectacle Sony and Microsoft do nowadays you could argue Nintendo failed But this is what Nintendo does and it still manages to with a certain amount of dignity Whether all these predominantly first-party games aimed less at enthusiast than generalist players can pull the company out of the red this year or bring the Wii U back to something approximating life when titles like Zelda and Star Fox hit in 2015 (for the latter see my interview with Shigeru Miyamoto here) remains as much a question now as it was a year ago Write to Matt Peckham at mattpeckham@timecomThe Iraqi Kurds recent territorial gains have sparked widespread speculation that they may soon be able to realize the Kurdish dream of statehood Over the past few weeks excited Kurds around the world have rallied in support of independence But secession is a difficult and costly course Many Kurds long for an independent Kurdistan but only in Iraq has the dream come close Since the fall of Saddam Hussein Iraqi Kurds have built a semi-autonomous region with their own regional government (the Kurdistan Regional Government KRG) armed forces (peshmerga) and an oil-dependent economy that has attracted big foreign investors But the KRG is still bound to Iraq and has been restrained by its disputes with Baghdad over territory and oil exports The Kurds appeared to gain an edge on some of those disputes when the Islamic State of Iraq and greater Syria (ISIS) took over Mosul last June pushing the Iraqi army to abandon many of its positions north of Baghdad Upon the armys withdrawal peshmerga swiftly seized most of Kirkuk an oil-rich province contested by Kurds Arabs Turkmens and Assyrians Many commentators have suggested that with Kirkuk in hand the KRG could declare independence Some even went so far as to argue that the disintegration of Iraq at the hands of ISIS would benefit the Kurds by enabling them to declare independence Others still have surmised that the Kurds will secede for financial reasons Baghdad has slashed the KRGs budget citing objections to its moves to unilaterally produce and export oil Last week an American judge ordered the seizure of a tanker carrying Kurdish oil that parked 60 miles off the coast of Texas The judge ultimately could not enforce her order but the incident nonetheless reinforced the USs objection to Kurdish oil sales abroad A KRG official told Reuters that after the ruling that "buyers will now start to step back and think twice before purchasing Kurdish crude" Unable to sell oil abroad and with a diminished budget the thinking goes the Kurds will secede to expand their economic options Yet despite these motivations the Kurds have not seceded from Iraq Yes KRG President Masoud Barzani has called for an independence referendum much to the excitement of the largely pro-independence Kurdish population But at the same time more quietly he has been overseeing negotiations to send Kurdish politicians to Baghdad to help form a new Iraqi government The KRG is pursuing a dual track policy: bargaining to stay part of Iraq on more advantageous terms while also developing the option of secession Behind Barzanis populist appeals secession is clearly the KRGs Plan B for now A closer look at the very real danger ISIS poses to Kurdistan the complexity of the Kirkuk question the economic calculations of the KRG and the regional and international context reveals why The idea that Iraqs losses to ISIS will be the Kurds gains in terms of statehood is a shallow one ISIS poses a grave risk to Kurdistans hard-won security and could thwart Kurdish efforts to build an independent state The group now controls significant territory on two of Kurdistans borders with Iraq and Syria Although ISIS has largely set its sights on Baghdad while targeting Christians Shi’ites and other religious minorities to impose its will in areas it controls the Kurds have reason to worry ISIS has targeted Kurds in both Syria and Iraq and last week seized three towns from the peshmerga in northern Iraq Iraq Kurds have joined jihadis in Syria young men who may return home and pose security risks there Equally rash is the idea that with Kurdish forces now in control of most of Kirkuk the dispute over the province has been simply "resolved overnight" Kirkuks status has been contested for decades and its competing communities are unlikely to give it up to an independent Kurdistan without a fight Moreover ISIS controls the Arab parts of the province in the south and a growing number of peshmerga have been killed fighting to keep the group at bay Perhaps most crucially the fate of Kirkuks oil remains to be decided The Kurds seized two oil fields in the province and have started to pump Kirkuki crude into their own oil infrastructure exacerbating the long-standing dispute with Baghdad over oil management In addition to the risks of secession the KRG is confronted with tantalizing incentives to remain part of Iraq Iraq at full export potential would be one of the most oil-rich countries in the world The KRG in theory entitled to 17% of the countrys national budget is keen to leave that door open for the future Until recently Kurdistans receipt of that money accounted for a good part of the economic boom the region is known for today Regional and international interests also confine the Kurds Iraqi Kurdistan is a landlocked region with powerful neighbors who have long been masters at power plays across borders Iran and Turkey are opposed to Kurdish independence fearing that their own restive Kurdish populations may be inspired by the Iraqi Kurds example These two regional superpowers can and if history is anything to go by will attempt to sabotage any moves toward independence More broadly an independent Iraqi Kurdistan would struggle to acquire international recognition Arab states and the US are defiantly opposed to any breakup of Iraq Erbil and Baghdad are playing a high-stakes game of chicken The KRG is threatening independence but in actuality is pushing to stay part of Iraq on terms that would essentially allow it to act as a de facto independent state and as a federal Iraqi region in different situations This would involve an agreement in which Baghdad and in principle the US." 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