DUBLIN--(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6bqw2b/inside_iraqi) has announced the addition of the "Inside Iraqi Politics" subscription to their offering.)--Research and Markets (
Inside Iraqi Politics is a political risk newsletter which provides analytical insight into Iraq in English based on Arabic sources. IIP goes beyond pure politics and Baghdad theatrics to the intersection between politics and security, investment and state development. Inside Iraqi Politics is more than sources, it is perspective. Having followed Iraqi politics in Arabic media sources since 2006, the author has developed enough familiarity with the country's factions and personalities to know the difference between spin and news.
Each issue of Inside Iraqi Politics is an average of roughly 4,000 words (excluding citations; length varies by issue). The first and last sections are set and others alternate issue by issue.
Published every 2 weeks
The National Scene: This 2-3 page section appears at the beginning of every issue, and is focused on the most important events and trends in national politics.
Provincial Focus: Provides an analysis of an important development or series of related developments in a specific province. Because provincial politics is one of IIP's main specializations, almost every issue contains one of these.
Policy Focus: Deals with a policy issue significantly impacting society, economy or business. Examples include energy policy, banking and public services.
Political Focus: Deals with the actions and agendas of either a political party or one or more prominent politicians.
Legal Focus: Addresses issues related to the Iraqi judiciary, criminal justice system, or legal system more broadly.
Regional Focus: Deals with Iraq's relations with one of its neighbors.
For the Record: Provides a day-by-day timeline of key actions or events related to each branch of the national government. This section appears in every issue, and is especially valuable to those who need a historical record of key events.
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