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    Analysis: Does Biden's emergency declaration pave the way for the overthrow of the regime in Iraq?

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    Analysis: Does Biden's emergency declaration pave the way for the overthrow of the regime in Iraq? Empty Analysis: Does Biden's emergency declaration pave the way for the overthrow of the regime in Iraq?

    Post by Rocky Fri 19 May 2023, 4:19 am

    Analysis: Does Biden's emergency declaration pave the way for the overthrow of the regime in Iraq?

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    An analysis published by an Iraqi investigative journalist residing in America concluded that US President Biden's extension of the state of emergency in Iraq does not mean that the US government will launch a war to topple the regime in Iraq.  
      
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    And "Riyad Muhammad" stated in his analysis, which was followed by "NAS", (May 19, 2023), that "today there are 41 declared and ongoing national emergencies in the United States. Some of them are old and continuous since 1979, such as the state of emergency related to Iran declared by former President Carter and imposed According to it, there are sanctions against Iran, and as for the rest of the emergency situations, most of them date back to the Clinton era, then Bush, Obama, Trump, and Biden as well.  
      
    The following is a supplement to the analysis:  
      
    Most states of emergency impose specific sanctions on countries or organizations such as Iran, Cuba, Sudan, Macedonia, Zimbabwe, Syria, Belarus, Congo, North Korea, Somalia, Libya, Yemen, Russia, South Sudan, Central Africa, Venezuela, Burma, Nicaragua, Mali, China, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, the drug cartel in Mexico, the Italian mafia, the Russian mafia...etc.  
      
    Naturally, the United States will not overthrow the governments of all the countries mentioned above after declaring a state of emergency related to these countries.  
      
    A declaration of emergency is a procedure by which the US President notifies Congress of the existence of a specific issue that requires presidential measures, and these procedures do not mean the decision to go to war, because the war decision is voted on by the Congress in both houses, at a formal and public request from the President. It also does not mean the overthrow of a government because it is also an illegal procedure.  
      
    With regard to the declaration of emergency related to Iraq, it is essentially an extension of the state of emergency that has been going on since 2003, and through it the US government imposes certain sanctions on Iraqi entities. This measure also allows the protection of the assets of the Iraqi government in the United States from legal prosecution.  
      
    This state of emergency regarding Iraq has been extended since 2003 until today, and its recent extension does not mean at all that the US government will launch a war to overthrow the regime in Iraq, nor does it mean any change whatsoever in the US policy towards Iraq.  
      
    The United States is preparing to run in the presidential election campaign, which will officially start after 3 months. Also, Biden is busy today with major crises, such as the crisis of raising the debt ceiling and the immigrant crisis on the border with Mexico, in addition to seeking to avoid an expected recession after raising the interest rate due to inflation.  
      
    In conclusion, I repeat and say that the United States has no appetite for any involvement in Iraq after losing a trillion dollars in it between 2003 and 2011 and about 4,500 American soldiers.  
      
    Below is a table of current emergencies in the United States.  
      
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