Past event

Research Event

Iraq Ten Years On

Chatham House, London

Middle East and North Africa Programme

Event highlights

Event documents

Agenda - Iraq Ten Years On
pdf | 272.16 KB
Transcript - Keynote: Ambassador Simon Collis
pdf | 46.42 KB
Transcript Q&A - Keynote: Ambassador Simon Collis
pdf | 41.31 KB
Transcript - Iraq 2013 – Achievements and Challenges
pdf | 64.39 KB
Transcript Q&A - Iraq 2013 – Achievements and Challenges
pdf | 84.25 KB
Transcript - Iraq's Political Systems
pdf | 73.31 KB
Transcript Q&A - Iraq's Political Systems
pdf | 92.45 KB
Transcript - Keynote: Professor Sami Zubaida
pdf | 41.89 KB
Transcript Q&A - Keynote: Professor Sami Zubaida
pdf | 36.21 KB

Overview

A decade after the start of the Iraq war, this one-day conference will reflect on the experience of the past 10 years and analyse the most significant internal issues facing Iraq over the next decade.

Recently, focus has shifted away from Iraq in large part because of the transformational and revolutionary change that has engulfed the region. However, Iraq remains a strategically critical country in the region given its varied ethnic and sectarian make-up, complex and fragile internal politics, and significant oil reserves. This conference aims to consider the case of Iraq in relation to the wider Middle East and North Africa region, exploring Iraq's regional and international role and the legacy of international intervention.

THIS EVENT IS FULL. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.

This event is made possible through the support of the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Shell.