In addition to the war against ISIS, the government of Iraq is currently facing a host of other impending issues that are threatening the country’s security and economic outlook.
Corruption, deep-rooted sectarianism, and the collapse of the Mosul dam are among the challenges Iraqis must now face to ensure peace and stability and revive investment.
ISIS isn’t Iraq’s only problem. Recent political protests, rampant sectarianism, and reconstruction problems such as those posed by the Mosul dam are testing Iraq’s already mercurial security, political and economic climate.
If government leaders wish to restore stability and economic prosperity in the one of the Middle East’s largest economies, leaders must address the corruption and sectarian problem to ensure cooperation across all sectarian groups.
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