More than a dozen bomb attacks rock Iraq, claiming at least 19 lives, as the country prepares for elections.
A wave of bomb attacks in Baghdad this morning has killed at least 56 people and injured over 200.
Ramzy Baroud looks back at the Iraq War for Ahram Online.
An article by Dina Al-Shibeeb, writing in Al Arabiya, looks at the efforts to unseat Nuri Al-Maliki, the Prime Minister of Iraq, and whether they will be successful.
Jonathon Burch, writing for Reuters, analyses the growing splits between Iraq and Turkey since the US pulled out of Iraq in December.
Writing exclusively for CMEC, Shashank Joshi from the Royal United Services Institute considers whether the Arab League can be an effective actor in the Middle East following the events of the Arab awakening and recent turmoil in Syria.
“It’s hard to improvise an occupation” – Harvard’s Professor Stephen M. Walt on lessons from the war in Iraq.
Baroness Morris meets with Falah Mustafa Bakir, Head of the Foreign Relations Department at the Kurdish Regional Government.
International Crisis Group’s Joost Hiltermann, in this CMEC exclusive, asks what the future holds for a fully sovereign Iraq?
Professor Rosemary Hollis looks at UK policy towards the Middle East since 9/11, providing perspective on the implications for Iraq, the Peace Process and British allies in the region.