Iraq is still an important focus in the policy of the United States

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Confirmed specialists on relations policy not to give the United States on Iraq, and that its current policy stems from the vision of Iraq and one based on the principles of good governance and activating the role of law as well as the separation of powers that you see is an important issue and that leads to genuine cooperation between the two sides.
This came during a seminar organized by the Policy Council Safia Suhail discussed the cultural reality of the relationship between Iraq and the United States since 1917 to today, the United States and interests in natural resources in the region in the presence of a number of ministers, academics, ambassadors, attended the morning newspaper.
A former U.S. ambassador in Kuwait and Jordan Edward Ghoneim “that Iraq was and still is an important focus in the policy of the United States, especially after the changes in the region in 1979.
He pointed out that a continuing U.S. presence in the region for decades and stems from the existence of common interests, and that terrorism is a major reason for our interest in this part of the world. Indicating Americans recognize the importance of securing sources of oil before.

Academy d. Judith Iavih reviewed the political history of Iraq since the 1917 revolution through the twentieth formed and how personal the Iraqi National, where the United States was not interested in Iraq and do not know a lot about it.

She became part of Iraq’s own strategy for America after the decline of the Soviet Union’s role in the region, and now has a role in protecting the stability of the region’s policy push to get closer to America from Iraq.

She drew Aaver that bend U.S. interest in Iraq dates back to 1979, where the region has witnessed important events such as the fall of the Shah of Iran and the invasion of the Soviet Union in Afghanistan and the removal of Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr from power and America was looking at the role of Iraq in the region and want to build a relationship with him. They pointed out that the previous regime was seen as the relationship between the United States on a temporary interest but it is not permanent.

She said policy makers differed Americans their view of Iraq after the Sept. 11 attacks, where the fear of nuclear weapons and terrorism. They noted that after entering Iraq, the Americans have committed the same mistakes as the British drove the slogan of liberation, pointing out that it required time directing the Iraqis towards the fundamental principles of state-building.

It showed that “the policy of the U.S. current runs from the vision of Iraq, one based on the principles of good governance and activating the role of law as well as the separation of powers that you see is an important issue and that leads to genuine cooperation between the two sides, but pointed out that America does not want to abandon Iraq, but building real relationships is complicated.

To order confirmed sponsor seminar MP Safia al-Suhail “The purpose of organizing this event, which brought together policy experts, academics in both countries comes from the need to know the reality of political relations between the two sides, and how to walk the course of events, especially after the last decade has seen significant developments in this relationship.

The Amer Hassan Fayad Dean of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Baghdad, said “I expect that the relations between Iraq and the United States is good now, pointing to the need for assistance to get rid of the effects of the occupation, and to support democracy to seek real state-building, as well as the reduction of quotas that have affected the state-building and draw to the importance of the liberation of the relationship between the two sides of the current restrictions that looks to the future, both of which will be the largest Vdhaih to cooperate and interact more in all fields, especially the economic ones.

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