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Deciphering the Escalation of Sectarian Violence in Iraq: An Interview with Nida Alahmad

[Academy of Fine Arts, Baghdad, 2003. Image from InCounter Productions] [Academy of Fine Arts, Baghdad, 2003. Image from InCounter Productions]
With the escalation of sectarian conflict in Iraq, the country's future has become the topic of the day for analysts and pundits alike. Until recently, making American media and Middle East watchers remember Iraq was an uphill battle. But now, with the advances of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militias, low and behold, interest in Iraq and its intricate geographical boundaries along sectarian lines has heightened and the conflict is once again front and center in the media. Shahram Aghamir spoke with Dr. Nida Alahmad, an Academic Associate at the Department of History and Civilization in the European University Institute about the fast changing political landscape in Iraq.
 
 
 

 

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