An Iraqi success, but for all the wrong reasons

Darwish, Adel
April 2010
Middle East;Apr2010, Issue 410, p18
The article focuses on the governance of Nouri Al Maliki, Iraq's prime minister, in Iraq. It has been stated that Maliki's plan to deplore more battalions in troubled areas will lead to the withdrawal of foreign troops. It analyzes that the stability of a democratic Iraq will affect its relations with the U.S.


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