Kadhimi at 100 Days: Chances for Success in Baghdad
By Joshua Yaphe and Jaafar Altaie

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustapha al-Kadhimi faces the same challenges that brought down his predecessor - street protests, a flagging economy and entrenched political elites. Numerous comentators are ready to write him off, and he is unlikely to overcome all of the country's problems before the next elections. However, given the political malaise in Baghdad, Kadhimi has a real chance of coming out ahead with a mandate for reform.

This report is available in Arabic only. Its English version has been published by National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations.


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