Difficult Days Ahead For Iraq
By Walid Khadduri
Iraq is facing difficult days. For the past month anti-government protests have been continuous, mainly among Sunnis, who feel they are being targeted by the sectarian policies of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. But the opposition to Mr Maliki is not limited to Sunnis. It also includes the Kurds, who believe that he is seeking a central rather than federal state, as stipulated in the constitution, and...
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