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The 100th anniversary of the 1920 anti-British uprising is casting troubling shadows over contemporary Iraq, writes Salah Nasrawi

Despite all the fanfare about Iran and the US backing its new Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, Iraq will remain stuck in the middle

Political pundits have been prophesying that the Iran-backed militias are in Iraq to stay, but they are probably wrong

Arab countries are fighting to limit the pandemic’s shockwaves, but they are facing difficult choices

A third prime minister-designate may produce a new government, but the possibility of ending Iraq’s political deadlock seems as far away as ever

The coronavirus may have eclipsed Iran’s older problems, but its leaders continue to play regional power politics in its shadow

The coronavirus pandemic has once again demonstrated the Arab League’s famous inefficiency in rallying the Arab states to action

The struggle to cope with the spread of the coronavirus is likely to present some hard choices to Arab countries, writes Salah Nasrawi

Attempts to control river flows by neighbouring countries are threatening key Arab states with massive water scarcity and jeopardising their growth and security

Stunning reports have revealed how US surveillance operations have been gaining insight into the shadowy world of Iraq’s Shia militias, writes Salah Nasrawi

Iraq’s political crisis worsens as PM-designate abandons efforts to form a government

Rival Iraqi factions signalled progress in efforts to form a new government, but many ghosts still haunt the party.

Replacing the US troops withdrawing from the country with a NATO training mission could be Iraq’s best option, for now

Cleric Muqtada Al-Sadr is using the protests in Iraq to consolidate his power and project himself as the leader of the country’s Shias

Iraqi protesters have been pleading for outside help as they come under attack for rejecting the country’s new prime minister, but the world is too busy to listen

With Iraq in turmoil, questions grow over the future of the protests which have seized most of the country for months

Ayatollah Ali Sistani has been an unlikely saviour of Iraq, and his hospitalisation last week has left many Iraqis concerned about his health and their own future

Iraq has been facing a political storm over recent months that has underlined the catastrophic ineptitude of its leaders

It’s time to worry about Iraq turning into a battlefield in a prolonged proxy conflict between Tehran and Washington

The wave of protests that shook Iraq over the final months of 2019 has given rise to hopes and fears for the future

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