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Iraq Moving Forward: Threats to its Sovereignty, Prospects for its Future Role in the Middle East

Tenuous internal conditions complicated by difficult relationships with Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Syria pose the greatest challenges to Iraq's future. So found a new report authored by Charles W. Dunne, former adviser to the Director for Strategic Plans and Policy at the Joint Staff in the Pentagon, and Director for Iraq at the National Security Council from 2005-2007, and edited by Meghan L. O'Sullivan, former Special Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan under President George W. Bush.