Ending Wars – Winning Peace in the Middle East: Experts and policy makers debate the challenges facing Iraq and possible solutions
Ending Wars – Winning Peace in the Middle East: Navigating Kurdistan Region Through Evolving Global and Regional Power Dynamics
IDPs from Nineveh experience complex and interlocking barriers to return by district, by sect, and by gender. This Executive Summary distills these barriers to inform and enhance stakeholder policies.
Forced displacement from Syria is the most protracted in the Middle East. This report highlights the urgent need to address policy flaws and offers policy recommendations to local, national and international stakeholders.
The Peshmerga forces are undergoing an ambitious process of institutionalisation aimed at transforming them into an apolitical and professional entity. This brief examines the contours of this process and offers policy recommendations.
Chemicals are widely used in Iraq & the KRI for various civilian purposes. Terrorist organizations have the capacity to convert chemicals to weapons. The KRG needs robust policies to prevent chemo-terrorism.
Who wants war, where is this US-Iran escalation leading and what policy would be best for the local actors to pursue?
With Iraq’s displacement crisis, violence against women and girls has reached new levels of cruelty. However, with transition into stabilisation, there is an historic opportunity to tackle barriers to women empowerment.