Iraq's Relations with Neighboring Arab and Regional Countries After 2003 and Their impact on The Iraqi Internal Situation

Authors

  • Sarah Ali Abbas
  • Dr. Ali Abdulmuttalib Hammod Almadany

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v20iS7.4401

Abstract

Iraqi relations with neighboring Arab and regional countries have gone through many crises as a result of historical and political circumstances and disputes, some of which led to the outbreak of wars that destroyed and exhausted both parties, including the “Iran-Iraq War”  1980-1988 AD, and Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait (the Second Gulf War)  1990 AD, some of which were due to disagreements over some transgressions, as happens with Turkey in the disputes over water sources and its disputes with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, which renew from time to time. The impact of these events and disputes continued after 2003 AD after the fall of the Baath regime, which caused these problems for Iraq with other countries, and their effects led to the exploitation of What is happening to Iraq is an exceptional circumstance in which it requires concerted international efforts to build a strong institutional state. Terrorists entered Iraq across the borders of some countries, carried out acts of violence, and cooperated with terrorist groups and Al-Qaeda leaders, which took Iraq as their base after the American occupation of Iraq to carry out their terrorist attacks under the pretext of jihad to expel Foreign forces from Iraq, all of this led to the deterioration of these relations and the difficulty of their return and continuation of a single pace of stability in a way that benefits all parties, despite the periods of détente in Iraqi relations with neighboring countries, the exchange of some visits by officials and presidents, and the exchange of economic and commercial benefits that occurred with neighboring Arab and regional countries.

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Published

2023-10-06

How to Cite

Sarah Ali Abbas, & Dr. Ali Abdulmuttalib Hammod Almadany. (2023). Iraq’s Relations with Neighboring Arab and Regional Countries After 2003 and Their impact on The Iraqi Internal Situation . Migration Letters, 20(S7), 341–350. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v20iS7.4401

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