Iraq: Militia threat endures despite truce promise

Issue 1113 - 29 Oct 2020

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi may be trying to undo the state patronage machine that has guaranteed rule by political factions and militias for years, but analysts warn the threat posed by armed groups remains high – and increasingly complex – despite a recently announced pause on attacks on the US and other diplomatic missions in Baghdad.

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