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    Washington's hope for stable relations with Baghdad clashes with Iraqi parties' rejection of the Ame

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    Post by Rocky Thu 25 Apr 2024, 9:41 am

    [size=38]Washington's hope for stable relations with Baghdad clashes with Iraqi parties' rejection of the American role[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: In light of the continuing political and security tensions in Iraq, the Iraqi government hopes to strengthen relations with the United States during the visit of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani to the White House in mid-April. However, Iraq faces escalating challenges posed by some armed factions that collide with these efforts.
    The Strategic Framework Agreement between Iraq and the United States is the main balance of those relations, and is of interest to both sides. However, parties allied with Iran, which have influence in Iraq, are not enthusiastic about this agreement and consider it a threat to their interests.
    The United States aims for a joint commitment to work against the terrorist organization ISIS and the continuation of the military mission in Iraq. However, some Iraqi forces consider that ISIS has been defeated and there is no longer a need for American forces in the country.
    Given the differences between the various Iraqi parties, it seems that working on a comprehensive partnership between Iraq and the United States in light of the strategic framework agreement between the two countries is difficult to achieve.
    Analysis indicates that Washington invited the Sudanese Prime Minister to the White House to clarify its position on his government and to emphasize the need for him to distance himself from the effects of Iranian influence in Iraq.
    Despite the tensions, the United States remains willing to capitalize on moments of calm in Iraq and deliver non-hostile messages to Sudanese factional allies. This period is an opportunity to enhance bilateral understanding and cooperation and achieve stability in the region.
    The political obelisk analyst says that it is important for Iraq to be able to overcome internal and external challenges and strengthen bilateral relations with the United States, as these relations can contribute to enhancing security and stability in Iraq and combating terrorist threats. However, this requires overcoming internal disputes and dealing with the escalating challenges facing the Iraqi government from some armed factions.
    The Sudanese Prime Minister's visit to the White House aimed to enhance understanding and clarify the position between Iraq and the United States. However, the Iraqi government will face challenges in achieving a comprehensive partnership with the United States, given political tensions and foreign interference in the country.
    The visit was Sudanese's first to Washington since he took office in Baghdad in late 2022, and press reports indicated that it was delayed due to American objections to Iranian influence on the formation of his government.
    Baghdad announced last January that it had agreed with Washington to begin talks on the future of the US-led coalition in Iraq in order to set a timetable for the withdrawal of forces and end the coalition’s tasks, but with the negotiations underway, Washington said it would not withdraw and was planning a security partnership. Always.
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