Now that the Islamic State has been pushed from Iraq, the Iraqi government must address another domestic threat: corruption.
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The next battle in Iraq will be fought at the negotiating table. Will the United States be ready to help?
The Iraqi government hasn't always been the most cooperative partner, but the United States will appreciate Baghdad more and more as its involvement in Syria deepens.
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