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Iraq Governance Report: Security and Rule of Law

Sahar al-Haideri
15 Aug 07
Many go abroad to escape the threat of violence, while others seek refuge in the countryside around Mosul.
IWPR
15 Aug 07
The Turkish army makes war-like noises and Sunni extremists stage hit-and-run raids along the border with Iran.
IWPR Reporters
15 Aug 07
Looming referendum to decide Kirkuk’s future fuels sectarian violence in this mixed city.
IWPR Reporters
15 Aug 07
A self-made ayatollah with his own army exemplifies the fragmented politics of the main Shia towns - and the inability of government to rein such figures in.
IWPR Reporters
15 Aug 07
Security-aware Iraqis try to minimise the risks as they negotiate their way through Baghdad.
IWPR Reporters
15 Aug 07
Exerting military clout and carving up lucrative businesses are the order of the day in southern Iraqi politics.
Susanne Fischer
14 Aug 07
A series of reports by IWPR journalists in six key regions show the rule of law ranges from being woefully inadequate to effectively non-existant.