Articles written by: Tariq Al-Hashemi

Tariq Al-Hashemi
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on : Saturday, 20 Apr, 2013

Opinion: Has the US Fulfilled its Promise to the Iraqi People?

Ten years on from the occupation, the Iraqi people are still divided and preoccupied with searching for a way out of their national disaster. The Americans, for their part, are also confused and divided and unable to agree on a way out from their own financial and economic crises. Wolfowitz’s role in the Iraqi invasion is well-known, and although he has finally taken the decision to break his silence on this, this is not admit failure or defeat or apologize to the Iraqi people, nor is this pro...

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Tariq Al-Hashemi
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on : Tuesday, 12 Mar, 2013

25 February 2011, Two Years Later

Two weeks ago we passed a milestone unlike any other. It was not a fleeting political occasion, but a true turning point in the ongoing political struggle in Iraq. On 25 February 2011, and for the first time since the fall of the former regime, those dismayed with Nuri Al-Maliki’s government’s policy broke through the fear barrier by holding political rallies across Baghdad demanding that the inept government be reformed. Iraqis took to the streets in governorates across central and south...

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Tariq Al-Hashemi
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on : Wednesday, 27 Feb, 2013

Arab Syria an Iranian Province

The statement issued by Iranian scholar Mehdi Taeb, a prominent political figure in charge of overseeing the soft war that has been launched by Iran, did not contain anything new,...

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