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July 27, 2010

Elections and Voting
Behind Iraq’s Long Political Indecision

Iraq’s two leading parties will probably not pull together a coalition government until September, says Iraq expert Reidar Visser, and Washington has failed to push along the political process.  

January 25, 2010

Avoiding Crisis in Iraq’s Political Minefield

As Iraq’s pre-election crisis deepens, Iraq analyst Reidar Visser says Washington must do more to counter the sectarian agenda emerging in Baghdad’s political landscape.

June 1, 2012

Regional Organizations
Weekend Reading: The EU and the Arab Spring, Iraq’s Constitution, and Syria’s Economy

Nathalie Tocci writes about the EU’s response to the Arab Spring after more than a year after its beginning. Reidar Visser discusses Maliki’s consolidation of power. Jihad Yazigi predicts the econo…


October 17, 2007

Plans for Iraq’s Future: Federalism, Separatism, and Partition

A Senate proposal calling for the restructuring of Iraq’s government has drawn fire from Iraqis who liken it to partition. Amid the criticism have emerged other controversial options.

February 5, 2009

Iraq’s Political Landscape

Iraq’s provincial elections provide signals about the maturity of the country’s political system, as well as highlight new power brokers in the provinces.

December 1, 2010

World Energy Outlook 2010

Fatih Birol, chief economist of the International Energy Agency, speaks about the four major components shaping the current World Energy Outlook: oil, natural gas, China, and climate change.

December 1, 2010

World Energy Outlook 2010

Related Readings: World Energy Outlook 2010, Fatih Birol CFR Presentation World Energy Outlook 2010 Executive Summary Understanding the Scale of Investment for Universal Energy Access Globalizing…