المقالات باللغة العربية
January 23, 2018
David M. Witty
Above: CTS board Iraqi Army Mi-17, 2011. (Photo credit: Andrew Jacob, US Special Operations Task Force-Central.)
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi announced Iraq as fully liberated from ISIS in December 2017, although there were still a few ISIS pockets in remote...
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War and dysfunctional politics threaten Iraq's marshlands.
New Iraq-UAE team aims to boost bilateral trade.
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Four Stubborn Facts that will Determine Iraq’s Future (Part 1)
Iran, Sanctions and Iraq: The Bigger Picture
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My Vision 2030: Looking Back to Move Ahead
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Technocracy Redux? Sadr, the Communists and Oil
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Inclusivity and Counterinsurgency
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Iraq’s foreign relations: testing democratic peace theory?
September 30, 2017
A Witch's Brew of Instability: Iraq's Tribe-Militia Nexus
December 17, 2019
Between Basra and the Bosphorus: Power Sharing After Daesh
July 16, 2019
Normalizing Security in the Nineveh Plains
July 5, 2019
Iraq After Daesh: An Interview with Joel Wing
February 7, 2019
Four Stubborn Facts that will Determine Iraq's Future (Part 2)
September 28, 2018