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Japan soon turned its attention to the Middle East. The first Japanese official probably visited Iraq in 1880.  But diplomatic relations between the two countries began in 1939, and in 1939 Japan opened its embassy in Baghdad. The exchange...
Omnia Bassem Sa`adi / researcher  Executive Summary: The knowledge economy gives the consumer greater confidence, a wide variety of choices, achieves electronic exchange, changes old jobs by creating new ones, disseminates and produces knowledge in many areas, forcing institutions to innovate...
Khudair Abbas Al-Dahlaki/researcher in the affairs of the extreme right/student in the Ph.D. program in public policies/Al-Nahrain University. On the eve of the French presidential elections’ vote counting; Emmanuel Macron has been re-elected as France's president for a second five-year...
Wafaa Fawzy Hamza / Researcher The increasing growth of the population in Iraq - which exceeded 40 million people - was accompanied by the failure to develop medical health institutions in a way that suits this increase. The weak infrastructure...
Dr. Firas Elias / Researcher Introduction It is no secret to anyone that the complex nature of the conflicts in the Sinjar district today. Some of them stem from the nature of the Iraqi internal reality, which is represented by the...
Ali Najat / writer and researcher specializing in Middle Eastern affairs and Islamic movements. Introduction: Syria, which was one of the most stable and influential countries in the Middle East until the end of 2010, has become one of the most...
Prof. Abdul-Samad Saadoun Al-Shamri / Professor of International Economic Relations - Al-Nahrain University. Introduction: The Russian-Ukrainian conflict is no longer a product of the present, but rather has traces and historical imprints that date back to the era of European feudalism...
Mufeed Al-Zaidi / Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Baghdad. It can be said that the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 is the framework that determined the future of Iraqi-Gulf relations. Iraq faced many challenges, including its...
Ali Abdul-Kadhim Daadoush / Ph.D. in Economics - College of Administration and Economics, University of Baghdad Executive Summary: The informal sector in Iraq is one of the most prominent sectors that employ - skilled and unskilled - manpower. Because the conditions...
Ali Abdel Rahim Al-Aboudi / researcher in political economy Executive Summary: The sanctions against Russia that the United States and the European Union have already taken on the energy sector will result in a global crisis and a shortage of oil...

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