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  1. President's January 10 initiative, Iraq Study Group report, legislation, and other options.(Iraq: Post-Saddam Governance and Security)(George W. Bush)(Table): ... Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs by Kenneth Katzman, 2007-07-01
  2. Iraq: U.S. military operations.(Report): An article from: Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs by Steve Bowman, 2007-07-01
  3. Iraq Since the Gulf War: Prospects for Democracy
  4. The Threatening Storm: The Case for Invading Iraq by Kenneth M. Pollack, 2002-09-18
  5. The Ayatollahs and Democracy in Iraq (Amsterdam University Press - ISIM Papers series) by Juan R.I. Cole, 2006-11-15
  6. What We Owe Iraq: War and the Ethics of Nation Building by Noah Feldman, 2006-03-13
  7. Iraq: Post-Saddam Governance and Security by Kenneth Katzman, 2009-07
  8. Operation Iraqi Freedom and the New Iraq: Insights and Forecasts by Michael Knights, 2004-10-26
  9. Iraq, Inc.: A Profitable Occupation (Open Media) by Pratap Chatterjee, 2004-11-01
  10. Bring 'Em On: Media and Politics in the Iraq War (Communication, Media, and Politics) by Lee Artz, 2004-12-10
  11. Shadow Force: Private Security Contractors in Iraq (Praeger Security International) by David Isenberg, 2008-12-30
  12. The Legal Dimensions of Oil and Gas in Iraq: Current Reality and Future Prospects by Rex J. Zedalis, 2009-09-14
  13. A Short History of Iraq: From 636 to the Present by Thabit Abdullah, 2003-10-10
  14. Potential limitations on U.S. military operations in and around Iraq (8).(FY2007 Supplemental Appropriations for Defense, Foreign Affairs, and Other Purposes): ... Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs by Stephen Daggett, Amy Belasco, et all 2007-05-01

41. Iraq - Its Infrastructure Of Concealment, Deception And Intimidation
A report by the British government, published in January 2003.

42. Anti-war Organizer Knocks Down Gov’t Lies
by Sara Flounders, antiwar organizer at the International Action Center.
Says movement must stay mobilized to combat war threats
Sara Flounders, coordinator and spokesperson for the International Action Center, has debated pro-government pundits on Iraqi policy. Flounders answers the five most-repeated government lies about its Iraq policy. Government lie : The people of the United States overwhelmingly support the administration's policy toward Iraq. The students at Ohio State University put that lie to rest on Feb. 18. At the IAC we saw it coming when hundreds of groups of people around the country contacted our web site or called to report their anti-war actions or get advice or material. Some people may think the last-minute agreement has ended the threat of war. But U.S. and British troops, aircraft carriers and missiles remain in the Gulf, ready to strike. As long as the Pentagon is mobilized for war, as long as sanctions continue, the anti-war movement must stay mobilized to fight to stop that war. And we at the IAC will expose any lies or provocations Clinton and the Pentagon try to invent to justify a new attack. Lie: U.S. strategy aims at forcing Saddam Hussein to abide by United Nations resolutions and allow UNSCOM agents "unfettered access" to sites where Iraq can manufacture chemical and biological weapons.

43. Register At
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44. Dynamic Directory - Regional - Middle East - Iraq - Government
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45. ABC Country Book Of Iraq - Government Flag, Map, Economy, Geography, Climate, Na
Assembly was elected in May 1992 and calls for Kurdish selfdetermination withina federated iraq; the assembly is not recognized by the Baghdad government




  • Names:
      conventional long form:
        Republic of Iraq
          conventional short form:
              local long form:
                Al Jumhuriyah al Iraqiyah
                  local short form:
                    Al Iraq
                  • Digraph: IZ
                  • Type: republic
                  • Capital: Baghdad
                  • Administrative divisions: 18 provinces (muhafazat, singular - muhafazah); Al Anbar, Al Basrah, Al Muthanna, Al Qadisiyah, An Najaf, Arbil, As Sulaymaniyah, At Ta'mim, Babil, Baghdad, Dahuk, Dhi Qar, Diyala, Karbala', Maysan, Ninawa, Salah ad Din, Wasit
                  • Independence: 3 October 1932 (from League of Nations mandate under British administration)
                  • National holiday: Anniversary of the Revolution, 17 July (1968)
                  • Constitution: 22 September 1968, effective 16 July 1970 (provisional Constitution); new constitution drafted in 1990 but not adopted
                  • Legal system: based on Islamic law in special religious courts, civil law system elsewhere; has not accepted compulsory ICJ jurisdiction
                  • Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal

46. BBC News | MIDDLE EAST | Surfing The Net In Iraq
Kim Ghattas reports on the increase of Internet use despite heavy censorship by the government. BBC, UK.
CATEGORIES TV RADIO COMMUNICATE ... INDEX SEARCH You are in: World: Middle East Front Page World ... AudioVideo
SERVICES Daily E-mail News Ticker Mobiles/PDAs Feedback ... Low Graphics Wednesday, 1 May, 2002, 14:52 GMT 15:52 UK Surfing the net in Iraq
There are now 26 internet centres across Iraq
By Kim Ghattas
in Iraq The first thing you are told when you walk into an internet centre as a foreigner in Baghdad is - don't use your own e-mail account. Access to websites such as Hotmail is barred and trying to sneak into a personal e-mail account through any website is a challenge. For Iraqis, even censored internet access is better than none
All computers face away from the wall, and officials from the government's internet department pace up and down the room. If you are caught, panicked officials immediately shut down your computer. Censorship Introduced almost two years ago, the internet service in Iraq is heavily censored and e-mail access is only possible through the government provided service. But for Iraqis, even censored internet is better than none.

47. Web Communications - Temporarily Unavailable
Gain access to government services online or look for government resources on important life episodes, including moving house and having a baby.
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48. Katalog - Wirtualna Polska
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49. CIA - The World Factbook 2002 -- Iraq
Country profile covers geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military, Category Regional Middle East iraq Guides and Directories...... government, iraq, Top of Page. Country name Definition Field Listingconventional long form Republic of iraq conventional short form
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50. AII POW-MIA Site Map
A massive POWMIA Archive featuring news, reports, email news network, documents, daily monthly updates, military, government research links, testimony on Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Korea - Cold War, World War II, Russia, China and iraq.
"If you are able, save for them a place inside of you and save one backward glance when you are
leaving for the places they can no longer go. Be not ashamed to say you loved them,
though you may or may not have always. Take what they have left and what they have taught you with their dying and keep it with your own.
And in that time when men decide and feel safe to call the war insane, take one moment
to embrace those gentle heroes you left behind." Major Michael O'Donnell, Jan. 1, 1970, Dak To, Vietnam.
O'Donnell, a helicopter pilot, went Missing In Action on March 24, 1970,
during a rescue attempt. His remains were returned in 1995, amd identified in 2001.
W elcome to the A I ntelligence I ndex For POWs-MIA s Archives.
Here you will find reports, testimony, statements, depositions, documents, daily news, articles, lists,
updates and announcements on POWs and MIAs from ALL wars.
The Archives are updated and added-to daily. T o better navigate the massive volume of material in the AII POW-MIA Archives,
please use the Quick Click Site Map below.

51. Foreign & Commonwealth Office Iraq
'iraq is clear of all nuclear, chemical and biological weapons'. On 24 September the British government published

52. Iraq Daily
Reports and articles reflecting the point of view of the current government.

53. A Manifesto For Peace And Progress
Outlines the case against war in iraq, proposes solutions for the iraqi people, and calls for the defense of democratic and human rights, and for a government of peace in London. Manifesto, signatories, and contact information.
A Manifesto for
Peace and Progress Home Manifesto Contact No war against Iraq
Defend Democratic Rights
For a Government of Peace A Manifesto for Peace and Progress - Part II Published: Sunday 23rd March 2003 Read the manifesto 280 Signatories A Manifesto for Peace and Progress Published: Wednesday 12th March 2003 It is not too late. We can stop this madness. A government which will not listen to the people, or even consult the will of parliament, has lost the right to govern. The government of war must be removed. We must have a government of peace. Read the manifesto 1438 Signatories About Peace and Progress Peace and Progress is a voluntary association of individuals and groups. Its aim is to stop the war with Iraq and to establish a government of peace committed to disarmament and human rights. In the next general election it will support candidates from the present parliament who are committed to these principles, and stand its own candidates against those who are not.

54. Note Verbale From The Permanent Mission Of Iraq
Study submitted by the government of the Republic of iraq to the United Nations.
GENERAL E/CN.4/Sub.2/2000/37
31 July 2000 ENGLISH
Sub-Commission on the Promotion
and Protection of Human Rights
Fifty-second session
Item 4 of the provisional agenda
Note verbale dated 3 July 2000 from the Permanent Mission of Iraq to the United Nations Office at Geneva addressed to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights The Permanent Mission of the Republic of Iraq to the United Nations Office at Geneva presents its compliments to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and has the honour to enclose herewith* a document concerning environmental pollution resulting from the use of depleted uranium missiles during the aggression against Iraq. The Permanent Mission of the Republic of Iraq would be grateful if the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights could have this document circulated as an official document of the fifty-second session of the Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights under the agenda item on the realization of economic, social and cultural rights. * The annex is reproduced either as received in Arabic, or in English only.

55. Government
iraq, government, Back to Top. iraq was a monarchy from 1921 to 1958,when military officers overthrew the monarchy in a bloody coup
Country Info Iraq Introduction Iraq General Data Iraq Maps Iraq Culture ... Iraq Time and Date Iraq Government Back to Top Iraq was a monarchy from 1921 to 1958, when military officers overthrew the monarchy in a bloody coup d’état and set up what they defined as a republic. Since 1968 the government has been a dictatorship dominated by a single political party, the Baath Party. The people have little if any influence on the government. There are occasional elections to the legislature, and the president was once confirmed in 1995 in a public referendum, but none of these seemingly democratic procedures was truly democratic. In reality, the people do not elect their rulers.
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56. Operation Iraqi Freedom - A White House Special Report
Provides a summary of the position of the US government, illustrated by presidential remarks and speeches, press briefings and documents.
For over 20 years, the greatest threat to Iraqis has been Saddam Hussein's regime he has killed, tortured, raped and terrorized the Iraqi people and his neighbors for over two decades. Under Saddam's regime many hundreds of thousands of people have died as a result of his actions - the vast majority of them Muslims. According to a 2001 Amnesty International report, "victims of torture in Iraq are subjected to a wide range of forms of torture, including the gouging out of eyes, severe beatings and electric shocks... some victims have died as a result and many have been left with permanent physical and psychological damage." President Bush met with a group of Iraqi-Americans and free Iraqis April 4 many of whom fled torture and persecution in Iraq and now live in the United States. Some of their stories are presented here, on video.
Life Under
Saddam Hussein
Escaping from Iraq
A Brutal Regime

Dr. Condoleezza Rice Discusses Meeting between President Bush and PM Blair

Dr. Rice told reporters Tuesday, "They had an opportunity to talk about the progress in the war, which they see as progressing according to plan and progressing well."
President Bush Meets with Prime Minister Blair in Northern Ireland

President Bush Tuesday said, "After the current regime is removed, our coalition will work to restore electricity and water supplies, medical care, and other essential services in Iraq."

57. IRDP
A multimedia database on the government, politics, and civil society of modern iraq, including government documents, maps, citizen testimonies and other reference materials. From Harvard University.

58. 1Up Travel > Iraq > GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS In Iraq
government and political leadership interchangeable because members of Regional Commandalso of Progressive National Front (PNF), of which iraq Communist Party

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Government: In accordance with Provisional Constitution of July 16, 1970, executive and legislative powers exercised by Revolutionary Command Council (RCC), chairman of which is also president of country. First parliamentary elections held in June 1980, resulting in First National Assembly. Second National Assembly elected in October 1984; National Assembly has generally met twice annually as provided in Constitution and exercises legislative functions together with RCC, which has ultimate decision- making authority. Politics: Political system was under firm control of Baath (Arab Socialist Resurrection) Party. Party's high command, called Regional Command, was headed in 1988 by President Saddam Husayn, who held title of secretary general of the Regional Command and was also chairman of the RCC; vice chairman of the RCC and presumably successor to Saddam was Izzat Ibrahim; vice president was Taha Muhy ad Din Maruf. Government and political leadership interchangeable because members of Regional Command also members of RCC. Political activities, where they existed, carried out within framework of Progressive National Front (PNF), of which Iraq Communist Party (ICP) was a participant. Some Kurdish and independent progressive groups also included in PNF. Politics of opposition outside PNF banned for all practical purposes.

59. EU Hypocrisy Banana Sanctions And Iraq Sanctions
there was the British government representative saying It's unfair, it will damage the livelihood of innocent people who have nothing to do with the banana issue, there is an international forum for resolving such disputes but the Americans seem prepared to ignore it

60. Our World Our Say_copy Of Home Page
Campaign to increase the pressure on the British government by enabling every person in the country to send a message to Tony Blair to express their opposition to the war against iraq. News, resources, and ways to get involved.
For the latest news on the war go to our news page
The war appears to be reaching its later stages. Many civilian casualities are being reported in Baghdad where cluster bombs are being used. Up to 16 million Iraqis are completely reliant on food aid. The war has stopped their food supplies and people are now seriously threatened by hunger and disease.
Reducing the suffering: Key questions to pose to your MP
1. What will they do to ensure that the humanitarian situation in Iraq is now given top priority?
2. What are they doing right now to ensure civilian casualties are minimised now that the war is being fought out in cities?
3. Would they support war with other countries like Syria and Iran?
4. Will they call for reported finds of Weapons of Mass Destruction to be verified by independent experts - not just US or British forces. For details of contacting your MP click here
Will the US move on to attack other states after Iraq?
The greatest worry now is that this war will be followed by other wars against states named in President Bush's 'axis of evil' - like Iran and Syria. Tony Blair has indicated that he believes that other states with weapons of mass destruction must be dealt with although he denies that Iran and Syria are to be attacked.

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