Harith Hasan

Al-Monitor

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Iraqi scholar based in Washington, DC and a political analyst for the news website Al-Monitor, he also writes columns for Iraqi newspapers

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When the US completed its troop withdrawal nearly two years ago, President Obama said Iraq could stand on its own.

Al Qaeda in Iraq and Maliki in Washington

When the US completed its troop withdrawal nearly two years ago, President Obama said Iraq could stand on its own.

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