Solving the Crisis in Iraq - News Reveal Details of an Important Meeting of the Political Leaders

Jan 19, 2014

After the recent events of violence the political situation has taken a shift to an alarming stage. The regular protest against the government is weakening the foundations of Iraqi government and leading to division of the country into two half’s. The government must find a way to settle down the rising violence by the partisan forces. The people of Iraq are still filled with the impressions of devastating civil war that took place in 2006.

After the movement of U.S troops from Iraq in Dec. 2011, the situation is getting worse. In the central the government has been held by Shiite Arab who are the majority and the Sunni Arabs who have now been the minority. In northern Iraq, Kurdish has its own differences with the government on the gains from Oil sector.

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Iraq says Iran's shift toward West is 'serious'

Nov 09, 2013

UNITED NATIONS: Iraq's foreign minister said on Saturday that the new Iranian government led by President Hassan Rouhani offers "the best chance after 34 years of animosity" to improve relations with the United States and should be taken seriously.

Hoshyar Zebari also told The Associated Press in an interview that he is working behind the scenes to try to unite disparate Syrian opposition groups ahead of a November peace conference and to promote a thaw in Tehran's relations with the United States.

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Political Situation in Iraq

Oct 25, 2013

Famous historian Tariq Ali has stated that the war only brought the grief and destruction to Iraq, as the US-led invasion made the situation much worse in Iraq. In post Saddam era the US wanted to bring an immediate sovereignty to favor pro-Iranian factions and Islamist. Ambassador L. Paul Breme was named to head the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA-recognized by United Nations) in Iraq and later he appointed a non-sovereign Iraqi advisory body. The Iraq Governing council and US passed Transitional Administrative Law, which became effective from 2004. The interim government appointed by CPA was very much influenced by those political parties, which had taken active participations to oust Saddam. Iraqi National Congress had the significant role in long-time anti Saddam campaign, as they lobbied in USA to overthrow Saddam Husain. Iraqi National Alliance is another major exile group in post Saddam era and most of the members are from Sunni group. Finally the Iraqi leaders came to an agreement that only election could determine Iraq’s new power structure.

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Iraq & Politics

Sept 15, 2013

After the recent events of violence the political situation has taken a shift to an alarming stage. The regular protest against the government is weakening the foundations of Iraqi government and leading to division of the country into two half’s. The government must find a way to settle down the rising violence by the partisan forces. The people of Iraq are still filled with the impressions of devastating civil war that took place in 2006.

After the movement of U.S troops from Iraq in Dec. 2011, the situation is getting worse. In the central the government has been held by Shiite Arab who are the majority and the Sunni Arabs who have now been the minority. In northern Iraq, Kurdish has its own differences with the government on the gains from Oil sector.

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