Washington takes stock of Baghdad's intelligence gaps

As it approaches the end of the second year of its partial military withdrawal from the country, the United States is assessing its Iraqi partner's intelligence capabilities. An observation of persistent shortcomings argues in favour of keeping its advisory missions in place. [...] (389 words)
Issue dated 16/05/2022 Reading time 2 minutes
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