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NorbertMalikCircuitosElectronicosPdf (April-2022)




Illustration (C) © 2017. James Dean Thank you A: Why not just use [ps > tmpfile] > (cd; ln -s -f tmpfile) instead of a shell loop? I've already tested it and it works. Observations from Iraq, Iran, Israel, the Arab world and beyond JUST WATCHED 'America First' feels retrograde in Iraq MUST WATCH Story highlights Iraqi journalist fears a U.S. retreat from the Middle East Abadi: Obama speech will bring no "breathing space" for Iraq He says the Iraq government will act against Iran and allow Baghdad to choose its own path He says Obama speech will sound to Iraqis like Bush's message in 2003 Once viewed as a tiny piece of an enduring U.S. commitment to its Middle East allies, Iraq has become something of a test case for how the United States is evolving its approach to the region. As the administration of President Barack Obama continues to deliberate on Iraq -- along with Iran and the threat of Islamic State militants -- Iraqis appear to be reassessing their relationship with the United States. U.S. policy in Iraq has been the subject of heated debate since the 2003 invasion. Facing resistance from the Iraqi government and widespread criticism of the war from international opinion, the Obama administration broke with the past and declared that it was no longer seeking a "security arrangement" with Iraq that allowed the United States to "keep our eyes on the prize" -- to prevent the country from once again becoming a base for al Qaeda. Instead, the administration sought to set the stage for "constructive relations" with Iraq and accept its sovereignty. But Iraqis have watched the United States effectively dismantle the army that worked with U.S. troops to restore stability and security in the country. Today, Iraq's prime minister is one of the most vocal voices urging the United States to maintain a level of military assistance and a close security relationship. It's a change from the 2007-2008 period, when U.S. troops were forced to leave and foreign forces now dominate the security landscape. And Iraq's prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, is one of the most vocal voices in the Arab world opposing the nuclear agreement with Iran and pushing the United States to remain engaged in the region. Iraqi journalist Hisham Al-Hashimi




NorbertMalikCircuitosElectronicosPdf (April-2022)
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