The political participation of the Sunni Arab minority in Iraq is critical to the security and stability of the state. At present, they are functionally excluded from government. Without effective political representation, the Sunni in Iraq are left with few alternatives to address their grievances against the Maliki government.
February 8th, 2013
ISW President Kimberly Kagan argues Iraq teeters on the brink of renewed insurgency and, potentially, civil war in the Washington Post.