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The Middle East Channel: Iraq's political fallout - Foreign Policy


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The Middle East Channel: Iraq's political fallout
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Unlike other revolts underway in the Middle East, Iraq's uprisings have not yet escalated into a large-scale opposition movement by local populations against the central government. Rather, they remain disjointed responses by different groups to ...

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