Iraq after ISIS

Continued conflict or rebuilding beyond ethno-sectarian identities?

Andrea Teti, Pamela Abbott, Munqith Dagher

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Abstract

Ignoring priorities that have popular support in Iraq risks undermining post-ISIS attempts to build a stable country, with knock-on effects at a regional level.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationopenDemocracy
Publication statusPublished - 12 Aug 2017

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Keywords

  • Middle East
  • Arab Uprisings
  • Iraq
  • ISIS

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Iraq after ISIS : Continued conflict or rebuilding beyond ethno-sectarian identities? / Teti, Andrea; Abbott, Pamela; Dagher, Munqith.

In: openDemocracy, 12.08.2017.

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