Wednesday,20 March, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1434, (14 - 20 March 2019)
Wednesday,20 March, 2019
Issue 1434, (14 - 20 March 2019)

Ahram Weekly

Salah Nasrawi

Power struggle over a bizarre cabinet is complicating Iraq’s longest battle to form a governme

Iraq’s frustrated Arab Sunni are striving to find ways out of their crisis by looking to Shia

Once said to be rivers from paradise, the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers are now awash with poison, hig

The US wants Iraq’s Shia militias to be eliminated, but that could be a bitter pill for its ne

Amid continuous tension in the Gulf, Qatar is turning to Iraq. Why should the Iraqis begin to worry

The empowerment of women was a core policy of the post-Saddam era in Iraq, but systemic failures hav

Iraq may have a new government, but its ministers are not the ones who are really calling the shots,

Although it cost Iraq one million people dead, disabled, widowed or orphaned, and huge destruction t

The Shia-Sunni divide remains the greatest challenge that faces Iraq despite the rhetoric that a new

Iraq’s outgoing prime minister has gone from being the man who could save Iraq to one mired in

Iraq’s rise to the challenge of the US escalation with Iran will be largely shaped by the coun

The Iraqi parliament has elected a new speaker in a key step towards establishing a new government,

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