Salah Nasrawi's Articles

The Arab countries have only one seat at the Summit for Democracy planned by US President Joe Biden, but there may be little to regret, writes Salah Nasrawi

The attempts by hundreds of Iraqi refugees to enter the EU from Belarus last week have once again underscored the plight of Iraqis seeking to find a better life abroad

There are only six weeks left before the US pulls its combat troops out of Iraq, yet it remains unclear whether the country has been steeling itself for the new era.

The attack on Mustafa Al-Kadhimi appears to be a miscalculated attempt to deny him a second term, but his bid to stay in office could fall flat if he fails to tackle pro-Iran militias, writes Salah Nasrawi

Attacks by the Islamic State group are raising tensions in Iraq, with the group’s focus seemingly being to re-spark confessional strife in the country, writes Salah Nasrawi

Some Iraqis think outside powers are intervening in the fallout from the country’s elections, with this having a polarising effect

Iraqis voted for a new parliament in last weekend’s elections, but it could be weeks or months before a viable new government takes office.

Next week’s parliamentary poll in Iraq will determine not only the government of the country, but whether Iraq has a viable future as a state.

It may be time for Iran and Saudi Arabia to bridge the rift between them, but there seems to be little momentum in their talks.

Faced with uncertainty at the polls, Iraq has invited foreign observers to watch upcoming elections, but many doubt if they are qualified to assess whether vote is free and fair

In a post-America Middle East, relationships dynamics is changing but Arabs may need to reset their regional order

Twenty years after the 11 September attacks, the tragedy is still having wide-ranging geopolitical and humanitarian impacts on the Arab world

With ballot day looming in Iraq, an anxious nation has been hearing the rumblings of electoral alarms, writes Salah Nasrawi

As the Taliban make a comeback in Afghanistan, the Middle East region wakes up to a new reality and renewed threats

Solutions to the crisis in Iraq mostly rest in home and not in international summit meetings

Iraq’s October election will be crucial for the country’s future, but only if it is meaningful

As their beleaguered nation continues to struggle with rising political discontent and an uncertain future, growing numbers of Iraqi refugees have started to arrive in Europe, Al-Ahram Weekly reports

The changes in Iraqi Shia cleric Muqtada Al-Sadr’s attitude have always been tactical, but could his grim and lonely game this time be a strategic mistake before Iraq holds critical elections in October

Iraq is set to mark its 100th statehood anniversary next month, but for many Iraqis there is little to celebrate, writes Al-Ahram Weekly

Iraq must be realistic when dealing with the presence of US forces in the country, Al-Ahram Weekly reports

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