- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: The Iraq Legacies – Intervention, Occupation, Withdrawal and Beyond
- Chapter 1 The De-Baathification of post-2003 Iraq: Purging the Past for Political Power
- Chapter 2 The Contested Politics of Iraq’s Oil Wealth
- Chapter 3 Torture at Abu Ghraib: Non-disclosure and Impunity
- Chapter 4 Shattering the Shia: A Maliki Political Strategy in Post-Saddam Iraq
- Chapter 5 The Dangerous Legacy of a Flawed Constitution: Resolving Iraq’s Kurdish ‘Problem’
- Chapter 6 Between <i>Aqalliya</i> and <i>Mukawin:</i> Understanding Sunni Political Attitudes in Post-Saddam Iraq
- Chapter 7 Post-withdrawal Prospects for Iraq’s ‘Ultra-minorities’
- Chapter 8 Doing Democracy in Difficult Times: Oil Unions and the Maliki Government
- Chapter 9 ‘If You’re a Female, You Risk Being Attacked’: Digital Selves, Warblogs and Women’s Rights in Post-invasion Iraq
- Chapter 10 The Impact of Coalition Military Operations on Archaeological Sites in Iraq
- Chapter 11 Ethnic Cleansing in Iraq: Internal and External Displacement
- Chapter 12 Shia Ascendancy in Iraq and the Sectarian Polarisation of the Middle East
- Chapter 13 Humanitarian Intervention after Iraq: The Politics of Protection and Rescue
- Chapter 14 Iraq, the Illusion of Security and the Limits to Power
- Conclusion: The Iraq Legacies and the Roots of the ‘Islamic State’
- The Legacy of Iraq
- Benjamin Isakhan
- Edinburgh University Press
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