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Postconflict Iraq: A Race for Stability, Reconstruction, and Legitimacy
Faleh A. Jabar (au)
This report analyzes the institutional & social components that shape the politics of reconstruction in Iraq in 2004. It chronicles the evolution of the Coalition Provisional Authority & the Governing Council, the dilemmas of dismantling the structures of state power consolidated under Saddam Hussein, the emergence of a vibrant civil society, & the tensions inherent in a new political order. Understanding the legacy of Iraqi authoritarianism as well as the potential of new social forces is critical to developing policies that will foster a transition toward a stable democracy. This report is part of the author’s larger book project on the legacy of the Ba’ath totalitarian state & postconflict democratic perspectives. Table.
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