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Was Iranian Conflict Preventable?

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Was Iranian Conflict Preventable?

After $760 billion borrowed from the American people and hundreds of thousands of lives lost, the sad conclusion of the American saga in Iraq is at hand: the ironic expansion of the Persian empire. As proven by the recent US embassy attack, the ease in which Iran mobilized a large scale movement in Iraq reveals one of two scenarios has occurred: a) The Iraqi army is sympathetic to the Iran’s Shiite militias; b) There is no Iraqi army - and all that blood and money have been lost for nothing. While some will say this end has been inevitable since...

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Signs of Hope in Iraq

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Signs of Hope in Iraq

While many are aware of the story of ISIS, many forget the fractured state Iraq was in before the emergence of the terrorist group. With the capitol firmly rooted in Shiite control, fears of Sunni voter suppression and other forms of legislative discrimination were quickly realized. To the north, Kurdish oil negotiations stalled and the constitutionally guaranteed promise of an independence referendum increasingly grew more unlikely to be fulfilled in a way that satisfied all parties. Essentially, as it had been before the WW1 victors created the state, Iraq was operating as three separate factions. Since the 2005 creation of...

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