Iraq Ten Years Later: A Different Country in a Different Region (Spring 2013)

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Marina Ottaway

Senior Scholar Marina Ottaway writes that ten years after the U.S. invasion to overthrow Saddam Hussein, Iraq remains a deeply troubled country, rent by internal dissensions and caught in the maelstrom of the increasingly sectarian politics of the region.

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