On March 2003, then-President George W. Bush announced the beginning of the US military operation in Iraq. Two decades later, the country that emerged from the ashes of the dictatorship continues to face several political, security and economic crises, mainly inherited from the post-2003 era. The event provides expert analysis and insights on Iraq’s past two decades of transition and turmoil and the main challenges and opportunities confronting its future.
REND AL-RAHIM | Founder and President, Iraq Foundation
DLAWER ALA’ALDEEN | President and Founder, Middle East Research Institute (MERI)
MAURIZIO GREGANTI | Ambassador of Italy to the Republic of Iraq
CHIARA LOVOTTI | MED Scientific Coordinator and Research Fellow, MENA Centre, ISPI
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