The battle after the war
Although the war in Iraq is now officially over, it is just the beginning of a long struggle to get the country back on its feet. Tim Soutar and Farah Killidar report on the challenges facing the country's leaders
Foremost among the many challenges facing those responsible for shaping Iraq’s future are two major legal issues – how to assess the country’s outstanding contractual obligations and indebtedness and what to do about the the country’s existing constitution.
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