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Iraq in Transition

July 2004 - Iraq in TransitionOn June 30, control of Iraq changed from the US to the interim government and we thought it time to check on the real state of things. We want to go beyond the headlines with their concentration on violence to provide as balanced a view as we can. If you have expertise in Iraq we want to hear from you. Recent, firsthand experience would be particularly valuable.

'What have you done to us, George Bush?'
by Donna Mulhearn - 26/07/2004
The current state of Iraqi law and institutions: Iraqi perspectives
by Sam Hammorabi - 26/07/2004
Innocent Iraqis will need support to heal the scars of war
by Nicholas Procter - 26/07/2004
To call the new Iraqi government 'puppets' is to trivialise their struggles
by Raeid Jewad - 19/07/2004
Thanks for removing Saddam, but we'll take it from here
by Hayder al Fekaiki - 19/07/2004
Clearing the air about intentions - an Iraqi citizen and a US soldier
by Sam Hammorabi - 12/07/2004
Saddam's trial will test the legitimacy of the new Iraqi government
by Don Rothwell - 12/07/2004
A thankyou to coalition peoples from a citizen of Iraq
by Firas Georges - 5/07/2004
The people of Iraq deserve every assistance the West can give them
by Miles Craig - 5/07/2004
Proportional representation in Iraq is a recipe for instability
by Michael Rubin - 5/07/2004

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