USIP in Iraq

Posted on | March 17, 2009

The United States Institute of Peace (USIP) has maintained a permanent Iraqi field mission since 2004. Iraqi and American staff in Baghdad and Washington implement projects aimed at:
1. Promoting reconciliation and moderation;
2. Strengthening governance and civil society;
3. Giving the next generation a stake in peace and stability; and
4. Facilitating positive international engagement.
USIP’s Iraq program is part of its Center for Post-Conflict Peace and Stability Operations.
A number of useful USIP briefings include:
Iraq: Positive Change in the Detention System July 2008
From Gridlock to Compromise: How Three Laws Could Begin to Transform Iraqi Politics March 2008
Constitutional Reform in Iraq: Improving Prospects, Political Decisions Needed September 2007
The Iraq Hydrocarbon Law: How and When? June 2007
Weak Viability: The Iraqi Federal State and the Constitutional Amendment Process July 2006