Iraq after ISIS: continued conflict or rebuilding beyond ethno-sectarian identities?

  • Teti A
  • Abbott P
  • Dagher M
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Abstract

Ignoring priorities that have popular support in Iraq risks undermining post-ISIS attempts to build a stable country, with knock-on effects at a regional level.

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Teti, A., Abbott, P., & Dagher, M. (2017). Iraq after ISIS: continued conflict or rebuilding beyond ethno-sectarian identities? OpenDemocracy. Retrieved from https://www.opendemocracy.net/north-africa-west-asia/andrea-teti-pamela-abbott-munqith-daghir/iraq-after-isis-continued-conflict-o

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