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The Iraqi Oil Industry: A Look Ahead
Lecture delivered by MEES Editor-In-Chief Dr Khadduri at St Antony’s College, Oxford University. By Walid Khadduri. (Middle East Economic Survey, 11/29/2004) Read More...


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What's Going Right in Iraq
Michael Rubin, editor of The Middle East Quarterly, provides an account of the tangible social benefits for Iraqi people in the wake of regime change. (Los Angeles Times, 10/24/04) Read More...


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What if Islam isn't an obstacle to democracy in the Middle East but the secret to achieving it?
America's misreading of the Arab world—and our current misadventure in Iraq—may have really begun in 1950. By Michael Hirsh. (Washington Monthly, 11/1/2004) Read More...


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The Real Battle
Winning in Fallujah is just the beginning. By Wesley K. Clark. (Washington Post, 11/14/2004) Read More...


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Exchange Rate Regime, Speculation And Price Stability In Iraq
Nominally, the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) is following a flexible-exchange-rate regime. The main reason usually advanced for flexibility is the possible, and usually probable, fluctuation in the oil r... Read More...


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IA-Forum Roundtable Interview: Christopher Preble
Christopher Preble (Cato Institute) talks to IA-Forum in the second of our roundtable interview series on Iraq. By Jens Laurson and Dimitri Neos. (IA-Forum, 10/20/2004) Read More...


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We are nobody's pawns
Iraqis need international solidarity, not support for violence. By Abdullah Muhsin. (Guardian, 10/23/2004) Read More...


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Election at all costs may cost democracy
While a perfect election in Iraq is impossible, a deeply flawed one could stunt the growth of genuine representative government. By John Barry Kotch. (Japan Times, 10/17/2004) Read More...


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Iraq's Odious Debts
Most debts created by Saddam Hussein in the name of the Iraqi people would qualify as "odious" according to the international Doctrine of Odious Debts. This legal doctrine holds that debts not used in... Read More...


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Can Iraq Be Democratic?
Contends that the White House will be gravely disappointed with the result of its effort to establish a stable liberal democracy in Iraq, or any other nation home to a large population of Muslims or A... Read More...


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Iraq: The Wrong War
President Bush asserts that U.S. military action against Iraq was justified. But even if Iraq was in violation of a UN resolution, the U.S. military does not exist to enforce UN mandates. By Charles ... Read More...


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Monetary Options for Postwar Iraq
The Coalition Provisional Authority has failed to anticipate the challenges that face the postwar Iraqi economy, including the introduction of sound money to facilitate exchange. By Steve H. Hanke an... Read More...


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To Hasten Iraq Democracy, Put Wells in People's Hands
Argues that economic interdependence promotes peace and should be encouraged in Iraq. By Ronald D. Rotunda. (Cato Institute, 5/14/2004) Read More...


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Wisest Move: Leave soon
Discusses three primary reasons for ending the U.S. military occupation of Iraq. By Chris Preble. (Cato Institute, 3/19/2004) Read More...


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Iraq's Botched Currency Reform
Prescriptions by official sector institutions for Iraq ignore political realities and their own findings argue Steve Hanke and Matt Sekerke. (Central Banking Journal, 2/1/2004) Read More...


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Iraq and Averages
Author writes that foreign policy analysts base their judgments about Iraq's future on recent episodes instead of historical precedent. The main planks of President Bush's policy-promotion of democrac... Read More...


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What Went Wrong in Iraq
Although the early U.S. blunders in the occupation of Iraq are well known, their consequences are just now becoming clear. By Larry Diamond. (Foreign Affairs, 9/1/2004, $) Read More...


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Battling for Iraq
Despite continuing attacks by insurgents, Iraqi security forces are growing in numbers, stability, independence, and effectiveness. With strong Iraqi leaders and international support, the developmen... Read More...


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Match Iraq Policy to Reality
To achieve any degree of success in Iraq, the US must disprove many Iraqis' beliefs about our purpose there. By Jessica Mathews. (Washington Post, 9/23/2004) Read More...


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Far graver than Vietnam
Most senior US military officers now believe the war on Iraq has turned into a disaster on an unprecedented scale. By Sidney Blumenthal. (Guardian, 9/16/2004) Read More...


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Iraq: Editorial Briefing with Max Boot
Edited transcript of discussion between Council on Foreign Relations Council and senior fellow Max Boot on his tour of Iraq. (9/9/2003) Read More...


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The Post on WMDs: An Inside Story
Prewar articles questioning threat often didn't make front page. By Howard Kurtz. (Washington Post, 8/12/2004) Read More...


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Iraq & al Qaeda
The 9/11 Commission raises more questions than it answers. By Andrew C. McCarthy. (National Review Online, 6/17/2004) Read More...


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Bush Hoping for Mass Amnesia
Piece critical of Bush administration's policy regarding the Iraq War. By Doug Bandow. (Cato Institute, 7/15/2004) Read More...


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A second chance to learn the lesson of Vietnam
Draws comparisons between U.S. involvement in Iraq and Vietnam. (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 6/7/2004) Read More...


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The CIA and Iraq's WMD
Analyzes CIA pre-war assessments critized by the Senate Intelligence Committee. By Jeffrey Record and Charles V. Peña. (Cato Institute, 7/13/2004) Read More...


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Fahrenheit 9/11: Factual or Saudi-bashing?
Analysis of Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11. Specifically, regarding the absence of investigating the influence of Israel on U.S. policy. By Kaveh L Afrasiabi. (Asia Times, 7/2/2004) Read More...


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Saddam on trial: A fair process would be the Kurds' revenge
Kurd Twana Osman of Iraqi paper Hawalti talks about Kurdish sentiments on the Saddam Hussein trial. (Daily Star, 7/10/2004) Read More...


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Violence, chaos and the Saddam show
With insurgents determined to bring him down and the Iraqi economy in ruins, Iyad Allawi faces huge challenges—and the distraction of Saddam Hussein’s forthcoming trial. But there are some reasons for... Read More...


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Violence, chaos and the Saddam show
With insurgents determined to bring him down and the Iraqi economy in ruins, Iyad Allawi faces huge challenges—and the distraction of Saddam Hussein’s forthcoming trial. But there are some reasons for... Read More...


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