Focus Of KRG/Baghdad Tensions Shifts Back To Oil
By Rafiq Latta
Military tensions between the federal government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) have eased since the 16 November clash at Tuz Khurmatu, which left at least one dead. But the oil dispute, which is largely responsible for the crisis, continues to simmer.
At least one KRG producer has cut production amid continued budget wrangles with central government...
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