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Iraq’s Hesitation to Request the Removal of Foreign Forces from the Country

Dr. Iman Abdel Halim, Researcher at the Diplomatic Center for Strategic Studies, Egypt The killing of the commander of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Major General Qassim Soleimani, on Iraqi soil by American forces caused widespread anger inside Iraq, which was exacerbated...

An Overview on Public Sector Employment/Recruitment Reform in the MENA Region

By Roza Mohammed Abstract: Many countries in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region are going through a transformation in their employment/recruitment and selection practices within the public sector, this has led to reforms in the public sector. In the past decade, the MENA region...

Toward a Rescue Program for Convincing Reforms!

After the defeat of ISIS and the rise of people's demands for better living conditions, the political forces are required now, more than ever, to present a clear and accurate reform program to restore people's trust in the political process and the democratic system...

The Pursuit of Self-Determination by Iraqi Kurds and Regional Security Implications

Abstract In September 2017, a dispute emerged over the Kurdistan Region of Iraq’s desire to hold a referendum on its independence from Iraq. The Kurds believed they had the right to self-determination under international law. The central government and the Iraqi Supreme Court asserted that...

The Hidden Agenda Behind Trump’s Desire to Buy Greenland

Talib Jabbar Hassan, Ph.D. student, College of Political Science, University of Baghdad. Zainab Ghatah Nahedh, MA in Political Science, University of Baghdad. Greenland is the second-largest island in the world after Australia. It is an independent Danish region within the Kingdom of Denmark. Geographically, it is...

An assessment of teaching strategies in the UK and Iraq

Abstract Assessment for learning is an essential part of education. The education authorities in Iraq should consider more extensive use of assessment for learning. However, the application of assessment for learning is known as a western construct in education. Iraq had the best education system...

How to improve Iraq’s ranking in the Corruption Perceptions Index: Experiences from Egypt and Kuwait

By Ghazwan Rafiq and Hassan Kadhim Without a doubt, corruption is a problem for all countries in different legal, economic, and social dimensions. However, it varies in size and extent from one country to another. Governments have worked on different measures, whether prevention or deterrence,...

The debate over Iraqi Kurdistan’s share of the federal budget

Ahmed Tabaqchali Introduction The current debate over the interpretation of the 2019 budget that governs the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) share of the federal budget in return for contributing 250,000 bbl/d to federal oil exports has echoes of the first conflict in April 2012 on the...

Assessing the Integrity System in Iraq: A Practical Roadmap

Governments and international organizations around the world are developing mechanisms to diagnose and identify corruption, with the aim of developing appropriate methods and programmes to combat or prevent corruption in the different sectors of the country. In line with these aims, Transparency International has...

Learning to Realise Education’s Promise

An abridged version of the original World Bank report published in 2018 Overview Schooling is not the same as learning. When delivered well, education cures a host of societal ills. For individuals, it promotes employment, earnings, health, and poverty reduction. For societies, it spurs innovation, strengthens...

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