Identity and Nation in Iraq.
Sherko Kirmanj offers a balanced, critical analysis of the evolution of Iraqi national identity and the process of national integration, tracing a history of antagonisms and violence that began with the creation of the state in 1921. Challenging approaches that variously blame the legacy of the Baat...
Boulder, CO :
Lynne Rienner Publishers,
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- Book Title
- List of Illustrations
- Map 1.1 Iraq in the Middle East
- Map 1.2 The Provinces of Iraq
- Map 1.3 Iraq's Major Ethnoreligious Groups
- Table 4.1 Growth of the Urban Population in Iraq
- Figure 4.1 Urban Population Growth in Baghdad, Mosul, and Basra
- Table 6.1 The Anfal Stages and the Pattern of Disappearances
- Map 8.1 Territories Disputed by the Iraqi Government and the KRG
- Appendix 1 The Destruction of Kurdistan, 1963-1987
- Appendix 2 The January 2005 Parliamentary Election Results
- Appendix 3 The August 2005 Constitutional Referendum Results
- Appendix 4 The December 2005 Parliamentary Election Results
- Appendix 5 Civilian Deaths from Violence in Iraq, 2003-2012
- Appendix 6 Average Deaths per Day from Bombs and Gunfire/Executions
- Appendix 7 The March 2010 Paliamentary Election Results
- Foreword: In Sami Abdul Rahman Park
- 1-The Context of Identity in Iraq
- 2-The Formation of Iraq
- 3-Faisal and the Dream of a Nation
- 4-The Emergence of National Integration
- 5-The Failure of National Integration
- 6-The Process of National Disintegration
- 7-A Disintegrated Nation
- 8-The US Invasion: Opening Pandora's Box
- 9-The Paradoxes of Nation Formation in Iraq
- About the Book.