COVID-19 and Conflict: Iraq

May 10, 2020

 

USIP is closely following the effects of the novel coronavirus around the world and are particularly concerned about its effects in fragile states and conflict zones, which are especially vulnerable to the impacts of these kinds of outbreaks. This week, Sarhang Hamasaeed looks at three of the major ways this crisis is affecting Iraq: its politics, its security, and its relationships with Iran and the United States.

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