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    American Institute: These are the reasons why the United States supports Baghdad against Erbil?

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    Post by Rocky Wed 08 Nov 2017, 1:52 am

    [ltr]American Institute: These are the reasons why the United States supports Baghdad against Erbil?[/ltr]

     Since 2017-11-08 at 08:40 (Baghdad time)
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    [ltr]Baghdad Mawazine News[/ltr]
    [ltr]The Brookings Institution's recent report described Washington's policy on the crisis of the Kurdistan Regional Autonomy referendum as "troubled," attributing Washington's support to Baghdad in its conflict with Erbil to an American strategy to help Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi "consolidate power and curb Iranian influence, But he questioned the results.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The report pointed out that "Washington supported Abadi, who lacks a sufficiently strong popular and political base, in the hope that Iraq's military gains will be resolved against an organization that preaches its shortcomings, but this strategy may falter even before the elections if his opponents continue to challenge his premiership and benefit. Washington's condescension of Baghdad's attack on Kirkuk has inadvertently bolstered the strength of the Iranian-backed factions that have dominated security since 2014. "[/ltr]
    [ltr]The report warned that two factions directly linked to Iran control the pro-Iranian factions in the popular rally, the Badr Organization and Hezbollah Brigades, which were founded by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and classified the United States, one of them Hezbollah's battalions as a terrorist organization.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The United States' options do not seem wide, according to the Brookings report. Most of the parties and factions are weak or worthless and tend to ally themselves with Iran. The only strong anti-Iranian group is led by the cleric, who is described by the anti-US cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, who has a strong Iraqi rhetoric, but is offensive to the United States and responsible for countless attacks on Americans.[/ltr]
    [ltr]Abadi alone is unable, according to the report, to address Iran and its influence in the country. To come to the role of the Kurdistan Regional Government to promote Abadi, where the report suggests that Washington to push Erbil to get a share in the Iraqi state, by allowing them to participate in the next government, warning that the absence of Kurdish participation will lead to the domination of the pro-Iranian factions loyal to Iran on the government and state institutions 29[/ltr]




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