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An Illegal State:
Will Iraqi Kurdistan End Up Without A President, Or A Parliament?
Honar Hama Rasheed
In early September, the current session of Iraqi Kurdistan’s parliament ends. Several solutions are being suggested to solve the political deadlock before then. But none seem likely to work out.
Gaming The Voters?
In Baghdad, Formerly Religious Politicians Hedge Bets, Start Secular Parties
Iraqi politicians, who usually play on religious affiliations, are starting new organisations with a more secular message. But do they mean it, or are they just paying lip service to angry voters?
Shooting For Political Stardom:
Iraq’s Controversial Militias Fail To Agree On Unified Electoral Positions
Iraq’s militias have political ambitions and everybody knows it. But recent attempts to form a united front for the next elections have failed; some fear the disagreements could lead to violence.
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Iraq’s Immigration Minister:
'We Are Not Forcing The Displaced To Return To Their Homes’
In an interview, Iraq’s Minister of Displacement and Migration, Jassim Mohammed, provides the latest update on Iraq’s displaced and dispels popular myths about those forced to flee their homes.
Why Can’t Law 21 Save The Country?
Plan To Decentralize Iraqi Govt. Power Still Stuck In Limbo
Iraq’s provinces want more power to look after their own finances and security. It’s a plan that may aid reconstruction and reconciliation. But it hasn’t happened and locals are asking why.
Kurdish MPs To Baghdad:
‘Get Your House In Order, Or We Won’t Be Back’
Northern Iraqi Town Appoints Female Lawyer As Mayor
Baghdad Locals Fear Shiite-On-Shiite Violence As Alliance Fractures
No Way To Get Funding:
Iraqi Kurdistan’s Law on NGOs Must Change, NGOs Say
Tribal Power Making Comeback In Iraqi Kurdistan, Overriding Democracy + Law
The Danger Of Dictatorship:
How To Replace Iraq’s Flawed Political System?
Iraqi Protestors Commemorate Revolution With Green Zone Selfies And Comedy
My Brother, My Enemy:
Despite Cross-Border Medical Aid, Iraqi And Syrian Kurdish Won’t See Eye To Eye
No Longer Best Friends:
Is The US Ignoring Iraqi Kurdistan Because Their Democracy Is Broken?
Chaos in Baghdad:
The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Reasons Why Real Political Reform Is Impossible In Iraq
Voting With The Enemy:
Iraqi Kurdish Political Foes Unite In Baghdad, Inspiring Hope Back Home
Sunni Politicians In Washington Promote Idea of Sunni Region, A Divided Iraq
Speaker Of Iraqi Kurdish Parliament:
‘If Barzani Stepped Down Now, He Would Be A Model President’
Iraq’s Crises Highlight Major Divide Between Country’s Shiite Politicians
We Would Rather Immigrate:
Cunning Iraqi Plan to Turn Volunteer Militias Into Army Backfires
Power, Money And Angry Cousins:
Political In-Fighting in Salahaddin Province Causing Municipal Chaos
Why Did We Bother?
On Anniversary of Kurdish Uprising, Former Rebels Lament Rebellion
Iraq's Person of the Year?
Results Are In, Senior Iraqi Cleric Was Most Influential Iraqi in 2015
Year in Review:
Who Is Iraq's 'Person of the Year' For 2015?
2015 In Review:
Same Old, Same Old Problems Plague Iraqi Kurdistan
2015 In Review:
The Year Iraqis Lost Hope That Things Would Ever Get Better
A Democracy In Name Only:
Paying A Visit To Iraqi Kurdistan's Parliament, Where Work Is Suspended
To The Rescue:
Iraqi Kurdistan's Political Gridlock So Bad, Baghdad MPs Mediate
Storms On The Horizon:
What Can Iraqis Expect In Post-Extremist Era?
Who Should Free Mosul?
Iraqis Deeply Divided, Can't Decide Between Kurdish, Russian, US Forces or Militias
Uncoordinated Diplomacy Takes Iraqi Kurdish Political Crisis to the World
One Court To Rule Them All:
Why Not All Iraqi Politicians Want Their Supreme Court To Work Properly
A Paper Province:
Halabja, Symbol of Iraqi Suffering, Waits For Its New Beginning
Bye Bye Democracy:
Biggest Iraqi Kurdish Political Parties Will Reunite, Share Absolute Power Again
Rebel With a Cause:
Iraq's Most Rebellious City Celebrates 231 Years of Defiance
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