Inside Conflict - Inside Iraq. Challenges Facing the Next Government
Only a few years ago all the world´s eyes were on Iraq when the country was liberated from the so-called Islamic State. Today, the situation in Iraq remains critical not only for its 40 million people, but also for the regional and international peace and security.
Iraq held parliamentary elections last October that saw a major reshuffling of political forces, and the entrance of independents and former protesters. As things stand the usual horse-trading could see a major paradigm shift in how Iraq is governed, with major implications for the security and stability of the country, and the wider region.
Moritz Ehrmann ASPR Director in Conversation with
Inna Rudolf Expert on Iraq on its Popular Mobilization Forces - She is PH.D Candidate at Kings College, London, and a consultant for the ASPR
Zeidon Alkinani Iraq-focused Middle East Analyst - He is a Phd-Researcher and Teaching Assistant at Aberdeen University, and a Non-Resident Fellow at Center for Iranian Studies in Ankara.