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War in Iraq: political challenges after the conflict

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305598464
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http://www.icg.org//library/documents/report_archive/A400927_25032003.pdf
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Author/Creator: 
International Crisis Group (ICG)
Publisher: 
International Crisis Group (ICG)
Publisher Type: 
Non-Governmental Organization
Publisher Url: 
http://www.icg.org/
Description: 
This report offers an indepth analysis of a post-Saddam Iraq and discusses the possibilities of the success or failure of Iraq's post-war transition. In answer to the question of who should run Iraq once hostilities have ceased, it first considers two options: the assumption of full authority by the United States, or the rapid establishment of an interim Iraqi authority to which the U.S. would transfer power and with which it would jointly govern. Both of these are rejected in favour of a third proposal: a United Nations transitional civil authority with full executive and legislative powers to run the country until a legitimate, democratic, permanent Iraqi authority can be established.
Language: 
English
Subject: 
Executive power
Subject: 
Reconstruction
Subject: 
International intervention
Subject: 
Democracy
Subject: 
Elections
Subject: 
Regional security
Subject: 
Government
Subject: 
UN
Coverage Geography: 
Iraq
Date Created: 
01/01/2003
Date Reliable: 
Yes
Item Type: 
Country reports
Relation: 
ICG Middle East Report No. 11
Relation Requires: 
Adobe Acrobat
Format Medium: 
PDF
Format Medium: 
TXT
Format Extent: 
48 p.
Rights: 
Cleared
FMO Status: 
Live
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