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The International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies is a new peer-reviewed, tri- annual, academic publication devoted to the study of modern Iraq. In recognition of Iraq's increasingly important position on the world stage, the time is right for a new journal dedicated to scholarly engagement with the country.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 3, Number 2, 1 November 2009

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The Ottoman roots of modern Iraq: editor's introduction
pp. 131-132(2)
Author: Abdullah, Thabit A.J

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Was there an Iraq before there was an Iraq?
pp. 133-142(10)
Author: Al-Tikriti, Nabil

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Proto-political conceptions of Iraq in late Ottoman times
pp. 143-154(12)
Author: Visser, Reidar

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Carrot or stick? Ottoman tribal policy in Baghdad, 18311876
pp. 169-186(18)
Author: Ceylan, Ebubekir

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Arab nationalist pioneers in Mosul
pp. 187-204(18)
Author: Al-Jamil, Sayyar K.A

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Mosul, the Ottoman legacy and the League of Nations
pp. 217-230(14)
Author: Shields, Sarah

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