The findings stress the destabilizing and traumatic effects of displacement and the urgency of addressing them
Given the institutionalized nature of corruption in Iraq, fighting it will prove substantially difficult, and would require a national program that upsets major aspects of Iraqi politics.
The recent Iraq-Saudi Arabia rapprochement policy should be understood in the context of convergent political, security, and economic interests, with implications for regional security and stability.
This report examines perceptions of local actors towards EU’s crisis response mechanisms in Iraq.
Kurdistan shows that post-conflict countries can build a thriving higher education sector by working with foreign partners
The Kurdistan referendum has opened the way for Baghdad and Erbil to prioritise serious negotiations.
MERI hosted a roundtable event for diplomats, policymakers, and experts to discuss Kurdistan’s independence referendum and its consequences for the region.
This report focuses on the Yazidi community and their perceptions on conflicts and future reconciliation following the Islamic States invasion in 2014