Emma Sky

Yale University

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Senior Fellow at Yale University's Jackson Institute, where she lectures on the new Iraq and Middle East politics and author of The Unravelling: High Hopes and Missed Opportunities in Iraq

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With the votes still coming in, we’ll look ahead at one of the major challenges facing the next President of the United States: the fight against ISIS. It’s a legacy of George W.

Defeating ISIS might be just the beginning

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As Iraq heads into parliamentary elections on Wednesday, the country is slipping back into civil war. Dozens of people have died at a campaign rally and polling sites.

The Iraq We Left Behind, Is It a Democracy?

As Iraq heads into parliamentary elections on Wednesday, the country is slipping back into civil war. Dozens of people have died at a campaign rally and polling sites.

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