Within the scope of international politics, no issue stands out as prevalently as the situation in Iraq. Since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, Iraq has decided to become a democratic nation-state. Iraq has written, and approved by vote, a constitution that will serve as the basis for their government now and into the future. This study provides a brief outline of past Iraqi politics and examines parts of the Iraq constitution, making specific note of both beneficial and potentially problematic sections.
|Presenter:||Frederick Barry (Undergraduate Student)|
|Time:||2:30 pm (Session IV)|