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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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21 Feb 05
While Turkey fails to take up the key role it could play in the region's future, the West fails to understand its historic sensitivities.
21 Feb 05
US pressure on Iraq's neighbour has strengthened hardliners and set-back the nascent movement for political opening.
21 Feb 05
The real work of building a new Iraq begins today, and their strong sense of patriotism may be the force that helps Iraqis overcome their tragic recent past.
21 Feb 05
The US is likely to insist on Iraqi courts under its authority, or US-based trials, but an international court remains the best option.
21 Feb 05
Iraq perfected a corrupted version of Arab nationalism, but it was Arab intellectuals who created and then abetted it. Can they ever change their spots?
21 Feb 05
Ahmad Chalabi: self-seeking agent of American imperialism or genuine champion of freedom?
21 Feb 05
Arab states are obsessed with America's next moves, and no regime is more concerned than the House of Saud.
21 Feb 05
Speaking Iraqi to Iraqi, one observer sees beyond the division and discord plaguing the country in the aftermath of the war.
21 Feb 05
Murder and mutilation of four American civilians exposes lack of Coalition control over town.
21 Feb 05
Yazidis are uncertain whether to identify with the Kurds or campaign for separate rights.

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