In war-torn northern Syria, a democratic society—based on secularism, ethnic inclusiveness, and gender equality—has won significant victories against the Islamic State, or Daesh, with women on the front lines as fierce warriors and leaders. A Road Unforeseen recounts the dramatic, underreported history of the Rojava Kurds. How does their political philosophy differ from that of Iraqi Kurdistan, the Islamic State, and Turkey? Will the politics of the twenty-first century be shaped by the opposition between these political models?
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