The role of the Church-led local reconstruction committees in sustainable community rehabilitation in the Nineveh Plains is examined & policy recommendations are offered.
Ambassadors, journalists, & foreign policy experts took a critical & nuanced look at Iraq’s international partnerships & barriers to more even-handed relations.
The US strategies in the Middle East has evolved significantly. In this policy debate with US Assistant Secretary of State Barbara Leaf clarifies the US strategy in Iraq and the neighbouring countries.
Academic experts and PM advisors discussed the progress made by the Al-Sudani administration, over the past 6m, and how the government will face future challenges and people’s expectations.
The Iraqi financial system does not meet the challenges, while corruption has become deeply entrenched. The “Heist of the Century” revealed structural weaknesses within Iraq’s financial system. How can this system be reformed and corruption controlled?
Iraq requires an achievable and practical long-term economic vision and strategy. New Governments’ policies debated with Minister of Planning (Deputy PM) & a PM Advisor.
Water stress is a severe issue across vast parts of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers, challenging cross-border water governance and cooperation among Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran. What are the government policies?
Iraq has not fully utilised its oil & gas reserves, has no hydrocarbon law & faces power challenges. Federal & KRG Deputy Prime Ministers & Iraq’s Deputy Electricity Minister debate the ways forward.