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How does the US government think of Iraq under the presidency of Adel Abdul Mahdi?

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Post by rocky Wed 31 Oct 2018, 3:07 am

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How does the US government think of Iraq under the presidency of Adel Abdul Mahdi?

The Iraqi prime minister addressed the parliament during the vote to give his government confidence

The appointment of Adel Abdul Mahdi, the Iraqi prime minister, as a turning point for Iraq, marks political shifts in Iraq's Shiite home to adapt to the challenges of the new phase in the Middle East.

The US policy in Iraq, according to the observer, is based on three tracks. The first is to work to restore the basic balance point of the Iraqi government in order to end the era of turbulence and embark on a new era based on the opportunity of victory over the organization of "

To build the federal government.

Ending the transitional justice laws and turning the issue to the Iraqi judiciary.
Control and control of non-state weapons in the hands of the State and its military and security services.
Achieve parallel development by benefiting from the proceeds of the sale of oil.
The second track is to protect long-term US interests in the Middle East and North Africa. The third track is to build an effective regional alliance to address the challenges facing the security environment in the Middle East.

The United States does not support any political party or entity in the Iraqi parliament, but rather supports the new Iraqi government
The US plan, built with its initial ideas within the long-term stability project after defeating the defeated "champion" entity, requires Washington to maintain a large military mission in Iraq based on strategic estimates to serve as trainers, air trainers and advisors to various Iraqi security forces as part of Iraqi- .

Immediate priorities, ie in the near term of 6 to 12 months, indicate that the United States must focus on four critical policy objectives:

Ensure the stability of the political system in Iraq.

Start the process of comprehensive historic settlement and continue dialogues to formulate a new era for the country.
Begin the process of determining the final and sustainable status of the Iraqi Kurdish population through integration with Iraqi society and strengthening the federal union.
Supporting the Iraqi government in the face of corruption, bureaucracy and the development of government systems.
As for the broader goals of the new US policy toward Iraq under President Donald Trump in the longer term, the United States needs to invest its resources and energy in three related issues:

Continued support of the federal government and joint projects in the field of combating terrorism and developing common economic relations.
Helping to reform Iraq's bureaucratic and political systems to improve them, improve the effectiveness of Iraqi governance, and enable decentralized power and resources from Baghdad to the provinces.

Support talks between Baghdad and Erbil on the status of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Thus, the US military strategy must move towards a US military engagement in Iraq through a military advisory training mission under the Strategic Framework Agreement and according to the protocols of US-Iraqi cooperation.

As for the economic strategy, a US $ 1-2 billion economic aid program for Iraq is needed for five years, reinforcing the long-term commitment of the United States to Iraq's stability and development. The political strategy will enable moderate Iraqi leaders to look to Aqaba Sectarianism and move towards breaking the suffocating stalemate of the Iraqi political system.

At the regional level, the GCC countries' assistance to Iraq must play a developmental role in Iraq's Gulf integration, especially with the Saudi openness to Iraq and the role of Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. A larger role could be envisaged for Saudi Arabia. The Saudis' expansion of their relations with Iraq is crucial.

Which indicates that Riyadh has recognized that Iraq's way to reduce Iranian influence is still long, and it will help the Iraqi government to reduce this impact through a package of economic support from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries guided by US knowledge and guaranteed through the presence of a US military mission, With the resources it needs to succeed.

Although there is no clear text of the US strategy in Iraq during the Trump era, meetings with Iraqi policymakers and reading previous US policies allow for a vision of this policy:

First: the field of government

The United States does not support any political party or entity in the Iraqi parliament, but it supports the new Iraqi government after the 2018 elections. The American vision is that there is a central Iraqi government that has a technical and economic program that is not subject to political considerations.

According to a senior US official who has a role in the relationship with the Iraqi government, the conclusions of his meetings with Iraqi politicians indicate that everyone "says we want a comprehensive central government that includes technocrats, but that option remains the choice of the Iraqi people."

Second: In the field of security:

The new Iraqi government must define its tracks in four key points:

Adopting a comprehensive counterterrorism strategy based not only on the military side but on a tripartite political, economic and intelligence approach to combating terrorism.
Clarifying the vision of the Iraqi government in the field of armaments and any American companies that want to deal with them.
What kind of security relations do you want the Iraqi government to establish and with whom, and what do you want from them?
What are the military forces that the Iraqi government wants to be in Iraq? Do you want US troops? Do you want multinational forces? Do you want NATO troops?
Third: In the field of economy.

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