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About Huseyin Rasit

Huseyin Rasit is a PhD candidate in Sociology at Yale University. Prior to Yale, he obtained his bachelor’s degree from Bogazici University, and attended the graduate program in Political Science at Sabanci University. His is currently studying the diverse emergent political projects in Syria and Iraq, such as Rojava, Bashur, and ISIS. His research also involves revolutions and revolutionary organizations, ethnicity, and questions of violence.

 

Articles by Huseyin Rasit

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Alex Sakalis, Editor

Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Not another story of failed liberation: tensions in Bashur and Rojava in the light of the referendum

Kurds need to rely on their own strength. The people must directly participate in and control their affairs if the fate of many other postcolonial countries is to be avoided.

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