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"jared levy" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"jared levy" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"To tackle corruption. In a meaningful way where Iraq moved up for tens of spots on the Transparency International index something like that would be absolutely consuming job probably dangerous job for somebody to take on. So I'm sure that will be a focus, but doing something that's more than window-dressing will be very difficult that being said, I think there are several other key points. Focus one is addressing the grievances of protesters in Boston particular elsewhere in Iraq, who have certainly very gripe that have been these building issues that just simply haven't been adequately addressed potable water trinity to name a couple. I'm Scott are Anderson, and this is the law fair podcast for November. Twentieth. Two thousand eighteen earlier this year, just as the United States was preparing to kick off its national elections. The country of Iraq was finalizing there's of its own and finally stalling new government after months of debate. It was the fourth parliamentary election under the Iraqi custody that the United States helped put in place and the first Iraqi government declared victory in the conflict with ISIS has dominated the country's attention since two thousand fourteen. Tell me understand what this new government may mean for rack its relationship to the United States. I spoke to Jared Levy, the director of research services for the Iraq oil report, a premier resource for rack, watchers everywhere and Russia, Aleki native, Mosul Iraq, and the Robert FOX fellow at the foreign policy research is to as well as the managing editor of raise your voices digital platform that focuses on Iraqi society post, ISIS, we discussed the politics behind our recent elections, what to expect of the main figures in the new Iraqi government and how they may try to navigate the growing tensions between the United States Iran that are increasingly evident throughout the region. It's a law fair podcast episode three hundred sixty six what to expect from the new racket? Russia. Let me start with you. We know that this election process that we saw gotta close in Iraq last month to kind of final close close to a close. I think we're going to get started back in may. And it came after a tumultuous couple of years in Iraq to say the least beginning two thousand fourteen arguably even earlier, but at least in two thousand fourteen we saw the ISIS conflict breakout. A major threat to Iraq taking its territory than multinational intervention effort there to combat ISIS. And then as soon as that begins to wind down we begin to see more record territory taken back. We see this new conflict break out in late two thousand seventeen between our own Kurdistan region, and the central government in Baghdad wipe that down before the election, but nonetheless, very kind of fresh on the minds would were the big national questions national issues that Iraqis were facing going into these may two thousand eighteen election's of all probably the security and in the post ISIS. We construction. In these areas that had been under ISIS control. Also, managing armed groups the militias, and they were being incorporated with the Iraqi security et parentis, but it was also problematic and how they were going to be properly managed, and then just the basic services, which is the concern of the vast majority of Iraqis as we saw later on. The Kurdish issue is also very important on whether or not the government was going to be able to contain cook continue to contain cook. As it had these were the main issues, absolutely Jerry Jimmy thing. Going to kick in there. The only thing I would add to that is I think there was sort of this higher level question of regionally and internationally which way did Iraq's political elites wanna tilts. Did they wanna maintain kind of balanced regional relations with Iran with Saudi Arabia with Turkey and more broadly with the US west or did they wanna tilt more sharply towards Iran, and you had sort of? Different political blocks running in the election who were were speaking to those two different possibilities. So I think that was sort of like a an overarching question that I don't I don't want to say that that that was that was driving voters sort of at the ground level, but that was sort of a higher level dynamic that political parties at least were wrestling with the in the lead up to the election. But otherwise, I think Russia touched on all of the key issues that that were facing Iraqis Jeremy let me follow up on that a little bit..

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"jared levy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jared levy" Discussed on WINS 1010

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