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The Iraqi Government
This paper discusses the old Iraqi government, the interim government that is currently in place, and the government that will be in place in Iraq following the war there.
# 49050 | 2,565 words | 10 sources | APA | 2004 | US

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This paper explains that Saddam Hussein's main goals were to increase Iraq's territory and to ensure that Saddam Hussein stayed in power for as long as possible. The author points out that the main enemies of the interim government in Iraq are political groups within Iraq that disagree with how the country is being redeveloped and managed. The paper stresses that the aim of both the interim and the new governments will have to be economic growth as their main short-term concern and economic stability as a long-term aim.

From the Paper:

"In terms of the main threats to the interim/future governments of Iraq, there will be from people within Iraq, and within the Middle East, who disagree with America's involvement and who do not like the government that is put in place. (It is to be remembered that Iraq, like Afghanistan, is made up of many distinct tribes, divided according to religion, and that, as such, it will be extremely difficult to pleas everyone. The world has to be prepared for what will happen when these groups begin to vent their anger at what has happened in Iraq. In terms of addressing these threats, the people behind the organization of the interim/future governments will have to tread a difficult path and to reach a compromise solution, which is sufficiently to everyone's liking as to avoid such potential conflicts."

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The Iraqi Government (2004, February 23) Retrieved April 18, 2021, from

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"The Iraqi Government" 23 February 2004. Web. 18 April. 2021. <>