Magazine: Iraq after the American withdrawal outlook bleak

10/03/2012 18:41

Beirut, March 10 / March (Rn) – caught the magazine, “Politico,” the U.S. that most Iraqi citizens are on their way to forget the war in Iraq, which lasted for eight years, knowing that these were considered the invasion of Iraq was a big mistake. The magazine said that ” Since the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq last year, leads the country’s daily news newspapers after a series of violent events that reach of a day, and it seems on the ground bleaker than ever. ” The magazine quoted a UN official as saying that “Iraq today is in the nadir From the political point no doubt about that. ” She said Nicholas Burns, who was the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, during the term of President George W. Bush, he said that “war was a mistake, the biggest strategic mistake since the Vietnam War.”In an interview, he cited Burns among thousands of Americans and Iraqis who were killed and served as a high cost, both at the political level, because of the enormous damage that has plagued the reputation of the United States in the Arab world, or the financial terms of the recently launched an academic study comprehensive, that the actual costs of Iraq, which amounted to $ 1.5 trillion. ” The magazine said that “after all, we believe that the Iraqi Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, hiding in Kurdistan, because Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki wants to arrest him, and had announced that he is detained his guards and other employees of the secret prisons and subjected to torture.” and followed the American magazine that some of the Sunni leaders, under pressure from the government dominated by Shiites, they started talking about the separation from Baghdad, and create their own state, has coincided talk with intimidation, civil war potential.   and quoted Jason Gluck expert at the U.S. Institute of Peace, who was working at the National Institute democracy in Iraq during the war, saying that “the parliament in Iraq is very weak, has no ability to stand in the face of the executive branch.” Khalil Khalil, RN LLC