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In describing the status-quo of the Iranian-Iraqi relations and the challenges and opportunities facing the two countries, it can be said that they both have many common strategic points. If they reach a particular stage, they can turn into...
The current study is designed to cover multiple segments of Iraqi society through a questionnaire consisting of twenty main questions, asked to (1,770) sample units of the people, who were reached randomly through the national phonebook in all governorates....
Iraqis are preparing to host His Holiness, Pope Francis, in an official visit on March 5th. This visit, which will last four days, comes as the World goes through the unprecedented circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many hope that...
The cultural, political and religious matrix which evolved from the ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian, Assyrian, Persian, Arab and Ottoman civilisations, amongst others, helped to make the Arabs the dominant race amongst the population of modern-day Iraq, followed by the...
The protests on October 1, 2019, brought the issue of constitutional amendments back to the light as a fundamental part of reforming the Iraqi political system, which reached a challenging stage for the unity of the country and the...
Over the past two weeks, the Kurdistan region has witnessed extremely tough times, a situation that is all too familiar to the Kurds of this country. The utter incompetence of the region’s officials, all of them from the top...
On February 21, 2020, Iraq recorded its first case of the novel coronavirus. Five months later, total recorded cases are 129 000 at the time of writing, and daily reported deaths almost 100. The crisis has battered the country’s economic development plans, and put...
Throughout history, financial crises have been met with innovative reform plans that help develop the resilience of a country’s economic system, except when it comes to Iraq. All major oil producing countries have developed sovereign wealth funds to help...
The early elections are back to light again after Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi's call to set a date to hold the elections. Al-Kadhimi had previously included among holding elections among his priorities in the brief ministerial curriculum. This is...
Tuqa Abdul Rahim: Researcher and Civic Activist. Iraqi society has been suffering for decades from the expansion of violence in general.  We see it within the Iraqi family between the spouses through killing, burning, hanging, beating, verbal or sexual violence,...

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