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The Facebook pages of Iraqi Kurdish leaders.
The Facebook pages of Iraqi Kurdish leaders.
The Facebook pages of Iraqi Kurdish leaders.
Storming Social Media:

In Iraqi Kurdistan, Facebook Is Protestors’ Last Resort

Maaz Farhan
Protests, sit-ins and other campaigns have not done much to solve Iraqi Kurdistan’s political problems. Critics of local government believe Facebook is one of their only chances to voice criticism and effect change.
22.06.2017
Trojan Horse Or Treasure?

The Cross-Sectarian, King-Making Alliance Planned For Next Iraqi Elections

Mustafa Habib
One of Iraq’s most powerful political groupings, the Sadrist movement, is trying to form a new alliance that may unite secular, Sunni and Kurdish parties. It would be a first for Iraq. But it could also be a trap.
20.06.2017
Creating the Shiite Crescent:

As Extremists Lose Power In Iraq, Militias Loyal To Iran Gain It

Mustafa Habib
The Iraqi government’s next big problem is coming into view: The group of powerful Shiite Muslim militias loyal to Iran seem to want to keep the country enmeshed in regional turmoil.
14.06.2017
Not Our Problem:

Iraq’s Officials Deny Responsibility In Disputed Areas

Does the northern town of Jalawla belong to Iraq or is it part of Iraqi Kurdistan? Until the question can be answered, long-suffering locals are not getting any help with rebuilding or municipal services.
8.06.2017
Not in the new coalition: Maysan's governor, Ali Dawai (centre), visits construction workers in 2014. (photo: علي الساعدي) Not in the new coalition: Maysan's governor, Ali Dawai (centre), visits construction workers in 2014. (photo: علي الساعدي) Not in the new coalition: Maysan's governor, Ali Dawai (centre), visits construction workers in 2014. (photo: علي الساعدي)
Drawing Battle Lines:

Infighting On Maysan’s Provincial Council, A Sign Of Things To Come

Haider al-Husseini
A new coalition has been formed on Maysan’s provincial council. The group says they are committed to combatting corruption. But others say it’s really about an intra-Shiite scrap imported from Baghdad.
1.06.2017
A meeting of the leaders of the National Alliance in Iraq. Source: Website (photo: الموقع الرسمي للتحالف الوطني)
Post-Sectarian Politics?
Iraq’s Most Important Political Alliance Riven By Disputes
20.04.2017  |  Politics
Spent billions:  Iraq’s Minister of Displacement and Migration, Jassim Mohammed.
Iraq’s Immigration Minister:
'We Are Not Forcing The Displaced To Return To Their Homes’
2.02.2017  |  Politics
A conference held in Baghdad, in October 2016 about the transfer of powers to provincial authorities. Iraqi PM, Haider al-Abadi, sits at the head of the table. (photo: الحكومة العراقية )
Why Can’t Law 21 Save The Country?
Plan To Decentralize Iraqi Govt. Power Still Stuck In Limbo
26.01.2017  |  Politics
A member of Iraqi Kurdish military planting the Iraqi Kurdish flag. (photo: كامران نجم)
Year In Review:
Iraqi Kurdistan’s ‘Year Of Crisis’
3.01.2017  |  Politics