The present article analyzes the international aspects of Kobani Resistance with regard to five main components. In previous two notes under the title of “Kobani, one year after resistance”, the Kobani resistance was discussed from domestic and regional perspectives. In this article, effort will be made to explore the Kobani resistance, one year after its initial days, to give a better understanding of the international outcomes of this occurrence.One: the media association and making the voice of Kobani resistance heard by the worldThere is no doubt that various media have made the voice of Kobani resistance heard by the world. In days of siege and resistance in Kobani, several world media covered the news of this occurrence. The media covered the news related to this issue and filmed different aspects of the siege of Kobani and created higher awareness and international solidarity with the resistance forces and the People’s protection Units(YPG). The most important part of this event which was the focus of attention of various media, regardless of its benefits and the criticism against it, was the strong presence of women in the front lines. Different programs were allocated to interviews with female commanders and troops participating in Women’s Protection Units and made efforts to exclusively cover this part of the Kobani resistance which was a manifestation of the strong presence of women in the fight against ISIS in the West Asia. Accordingly, one of the positive outcomes of Kobani Resistance was the fact that media paid close attention to Syrian Kurdistan, Kobani, Kurdish politics and the outstanding presence of female militants in region.Two: interconnection between political figures and government leaders with Kobani resistanceIf before the siege of Kobani and the defeat of the ISIS terrorist group, a majority of the world leaders had no knowledge of Kobani and did not care about the Syrian Kurds, now the Kurds of Syria and its political and military leaders have become international celebrities, and now political figures and leaders of the Western and European countries welcome them and express their solidarity with them. The European countries were among the first ones which invited resistance leaders to their countries. Francois Hollande welcomed at the Elysee Palace, Asia and Nasrin Abdullah, the commander of the People’s Protection Units and the joint leader of the Democratic Union Party. In Italy and several other countries some conferences were held for their celebration. Feminists and socialist parties expressed their solidarity with the Syrian Kurds and the Kobani Resistance and discussed the issue of Syrian Kurds in the parliaments of their countries. European countries and Western leaders praised the Kurdish militants and introduced them as the real exemplars in the fight against the ISIS terrorist group. Recently, Putin the Russian president announced that the Kurds and the government of Bashar al - Assad, are the only forces that are fighting against the ISIS terrorist group.Three: logistic cooperation of different countries with Kurds in the fight against ISISFor the Syrian Kurds, the most important achievement of the Kobani Resistance and defeat of the ISIS was the logistical support of the Western countries from the People’s Protection Units. In order to defeat the ISIS terrorist group and drive them out of the country, the Syrian Kurds had an urgent need for weapons and logistical support. Accordingly, the air support of the US fighters from the Kurdish troops was a fundamental factor for the Kurds in defeating the ISIS, because the Kurds played the role of reliable troops in combating the ISIS. Recently, Sergei Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister has said that we have provided military support for the Syrian Kurds. In current situation, the Kurds appreciate the importance of this support and know that without the help of the US fighters they would not be powerful enough to make any significant advance. Turkey made attempts to persuade the US to reconsider its support from the Kurdish militants and not to explicitly voice its support for the Kurds, and in this way Turkey created some uncertainty about the issue; however, the Western countries know very well that the Kurds are the ones in Syria who advance the fight against the ISIS, and that is why the Kurds essentially need to receive support from other countries.Four: the presence of hundreds of foreign troops among the People ' s Protection UnitsAs ISIS laid siege to Kobani, the media covered the brutal invasion of the ISIS, and the extremist forces from different countries began to joined the ISIS, there were many people from different countries, especially the US, Britain, Germany, France, Canada, etc., who joined the People ' s Protection Units. No reliable statistics have been released on the number of people who have joined the People ' s Protection Units to fight for freedom and democracy and struggle with the terrorists; however, the Kurdish sources have declared the number of such individuals was higher than 400. In the meantime, a Turkish leftist party which is thought to have attended in the four month kobani battle against the ISIS terrorist group, has made attempts to create an international brigade among the Syrian Cantons. The Marxist–Leninist Communist Party(MLKP) from Turkish leftist parties intended to create an international brigade of volunteers from around the world who have joined Rojava forces(the West Kurdistan).Five: introduction of a democratic self - management model in the international levelIf before 2011, ‘the democratic self - management model’ was introduced in the framework of a political theory derived from Ocalan’s ideas, after the Syrian civil war and the withdrawal of government troops from the Syrian Kurdistan, it was operationalized in three Cantons of Afrin, Kobani and Jazira. Democratic self - government theory that calls for radical democracy by the people for the people, was publicized in Syrian Kurdistan after the events of Kobani, as a model for policy making of the Kurds, which serves as their third way against the capitalist and socialist governments. Kubani resistance has created an opportunity for global solidarity with this model by a range of intellectuals and academics. The presence of well - known figures such as David Harvey, who has authored many books about the Urban Geography in the age of Capitalism is an example of such supports. This model is just being tested and we should wait to see to what extent it can win the regional and international recognition in the age of state - nations and achieve success.ConclusionAs a general conclusion, the Kobani resistance as discussed from domestic, regional and international perspectives, had important implications for Syrian Kurdistan(Rojava). The author of these three articles made efforts to discuss the most outstanding feedbacks from the internal, regional and international perspectives. Now that the final part of these notes has been written, under the title of “Kobani; one year after the resistance”, we may conclude that the Syrian Kurds are currently in their landmark political history. Nevertheless, politics and intelligence of the leaders in the region, in recognizing the ongoing games and the ability to win more concessions, is the most important thing that they should do in this situation. Undoubtedly, there are many obstacles in each level, but through rational thinking, and refraining from conflicts, we can expect minimal concessions to establish the desired model. However, in the era of state - nations, any third way that intends to disrupt the existing order, will not be accepted by current players, so it is necessary to introduce this pattern as a model along with the current models and not against it. Trying to get closer to the major and leading players in the current system is the most important policy that should be adopted through rational role playing.This article originally appeared on Alwaght