human rights watch

onsdag 25 november 2015

kurdistan s mape

As to the political plan, the UK and our allies should signal their openness to new solutions. The borders of Syria and Iraq were largely drawn by two British and French diplomats in 1916. They should not be considered immutable. If the leaders of either country cannot construct a state where all communities can live together, it will be right to consider international support for their partition. Kurds have shown their ability to run their own affairs. A subdivided Syria might now be the only one that can be at peace.
Would all of this have risks? Yes, very serious ones. But in choosing between unpalatable alternatives, the risks of doing too little while a terrorist state exists are greater still.
By William Hague
6:46PM GMT 24 Nov 2015

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