March 5, 2007
Hassan Al-Wakeel & Ali Latif
New Baghdad security plan shows initial success ;
Vice-President undermines government efforts ;
Signs of growing Sunni-Sunni conflict
February 16, 2007
Mohammed Baraka & Ahmed Alaskary
Will Maliki break with Moqtada? ;
Return of the Sadrists ;
Baghdad security plan
November 26, 2006
Ahmed Alaskary & Mohammed Baraka
Less known factors impeding security ;
Re-structuring the police ;
UN Resolution 1546
Crushing the insurgency and stabilising Iraq
Monday, November 23, 2004
Sama Hadad calls on Washington to learn the lessons of Falluja and re-Baathification
The Bush Iraq Plan - Make or Breaků
Friday, May 28, 2004
Sama Hadad argues that if Iraq's majority Shia are cheated out of power in the selection of the transitional Iraqi government then Bush's Iraq plan will end in failure.
The UN Trojan Horse
Thursday, April 22, 2004
Sama Hadad argues that if Iraqi democracy rather than minority rule is to take root, the United Nations must not be involved in the country.
|Democratization and Radicalization in Iraqi Campuses
by Ali Latif
|Liberated from the clutches of the Ba'ath Party, many universities in Iraq have been experiencing a worrying wave of radicalization. This report looks at this trend and explores successes in combating it.
|Attitudes Towards Democracy
by Ali Latif
|University students represent the most-educated tier of Iraq's young men and women. The prospect of democracy in Iraq largely rests on the shoulders of these students, as they will be the future leaders and policy makers of this country. Iraq's long-term future as a democratic nation rests on their, as of yet, largely unexplored beliefs and attitudes. In order to explore the beliefs and attitudes of university students towards democracy, the Iraqi Prospect Organization surveyed a nationally representative, stratified, probability sample of 834 Iraqi university students.