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The Mixed Electoral System and The Chances of Its Implementation in Iraq

Abdulaziz Alawi Al-Issawi/ researcher specializing in electoral affairs and democracy studies. The mixed electoral system appeared after some countries resorted to mixing the two systems...

Turkey’s approach and important goals toward Iraq

After the independence of Iraq, relations between the country and Turkey (with 367 kilometers of the common land border) experienced ups and downs and...

Kurdistan Region Elections… Several Scenarios, Most Prominent of Which Are Postponement

Dr. Abdulaziz Alawi Al-Issawi - is an academic specializing in electoral affairs and democracy studies. Introduction The signature of the President of the Kurdistan Region last...

Challenges Of The North: American And Turkish Interventions and The Position of The Kurds,...

Aqeel Saeed Mahfoud - Researcher and Academic. Introduction: What is happening in the Syrian Jazira region (also known as Upper Mesopotamia) and northern Iraq in terms...

Scenarios For The Turkish Elections Next Year And What The Iraqi Government Should Do...

Peyman Eshaghi - Ph.D. Candidate of Middle Eastern/Islamic Studies at the Free University of Berlin. The presidential and parliamentary elections in Turkey are scheduled to...

What is the reaction of the Twitter users in Iran to the bombing of...

Muhammad Rahbari is an academic, researcher and doctoral student in sociology (PhD candidate in Political Sociology) at Allameh Tabataba'i University Hadi Sefri is an academic,...

Iraq’s Shiites: The difficult choice for the president of the republic

Hamid Redha Ibrahimi / Journalist specializing in the affairs of the Arab world and the Middle East Introduction: The 2021 elections have changed the compass of...

Confusion and discord. Understanding the failures of Iraq’s decentralized government project

By most measures, Iraq's experience in decentralization has been very disappointing. The delegation of authority to local constituencies that officially began in 2015 has...

Sectarian rhetoric for elections in disputed areas

While it is recognized that the Iraqi Constitution, the Parties Act and all other laws relating to the electoral process attend and prevent sectarian...

Regulatory framework for disputed areas

Since the fall of the Ba'ath Party regime in 2003, disputed areas, particularly Sinjar, under article No.140 of the Iraqi Constitution, Sinjar has been...

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