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"It is a pleasure for me to speak to you this evening through our Omani radio. Our intention is to make sure that you closely know the government's plans and the steps it will take to achieve reassurance and...
US President Donald Trump has threatened to impose severe sanctions on Baghdad in response to the Iraqi parliament’s decision to remove US forces from Iraqi territory. According to the Washington Post reports, Trump said: “We will withdraw our forces...
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...
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...
During the past few days, Turkish forces have penetrated deep into Syrian territory, east of the Euphrates River, attacking Kurdish fighters, despite the US presence there. There is no miscalculation on the part of Turkey, since it is has...
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...
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...
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...
Throughout history, lakes and rivers have given rise to civilizations along their banks or near to their shores. In today’s world, boundaries between nations have been drawn based on political treaties or as a result of conflicts and wars...
“Each side has its narrative, based on history, accumulated grievances and strong sense of entitlement. For now, neither is inclined to settle the conflict peacefully through serious, sustained negotiations, as each believes its fortunes are on the rise, and...

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