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Stories by Zaineb Naji
Zaineb Naji is an IWPR contributor in Baghdad.
Tired of Living in Survival Mode, Iraqis Pessimistic Over New Local Leaders' Ability to Make Good on Promises
Posted on: Mar 18, 2009, Source: Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Iraqis are doubtful that incoming provincial councils will boost employment, curb corruption or bring basic needs like water to their homes.
Can Baghdad's Neighbors Learn to Trust Each Other Again?
Posted on: Mar 13, 2009, Source: Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Community and reconciliation initiatives are nearly non-existent in Iraq.
In Iraq's Provincial Elections, Promises of Security Trumped Religion
Posted on: Feb 12, 2009, Source: Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Secularistsâ€™ promises of security, services and unity resonated with voters tired of overtly faith-based parties.
Will Iraq's New Quota System Give Women More Political Power?
Posted on: Jan 24, 2009, Source: Institute for War and Peace Reporting
As the January 31 elections approach, provincial councils are reserving seats for female leaders.
Hopes Fade for Iraqi Peace Plan
Posted on: Aug 22, 2006, Source: IWPR Online
Prime Minister Maliki's national unity project is struggling as the killings continue relentlessly.
Iraqi Winners Talk to the Losers
Posted on: Feb 15, 2005, Source: IWPR Online
The Shia-dominated bloc got nearly half the vote in Iraq's election. Now it needs allies to prevent deadlock in parliament.
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