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Renad Mansour of Chatham House breaks down Iraq’s power networks and the PMUs
On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti and Amberin Zaman, an Al-Monitor Podcast
Renad Mansour of Chatham House breaks down Iraq’s power networks and the PMU’s
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Renad Mansour, senior research fellow and project director of the Iraq Initiative at Chatham House, discusses the origins, impacts and trends in Iraq’s protest movements; the influence and role of the US and Iran in Iraqi politics and security; the normalization of Iraq’s foreign policy; how network analysis informs our understanding of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units; and the challenges to incremental reform in Iraq. 
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