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153 Index agha, 3; as businessmen, 17–18, 21; role in sociopolitical system, 11–13 agricultural sector: aid support and influence on, 31–32, 40, 54–55; decline of, 96–97; effects of Iraqi industrialization on, 17; KRG support programs for, 96; land reforms in, 21–22; state support of, 2–5, 11, 15; and wheat production, 32, 62–64 Anfal campaign, 17, 26, 50 Anglo-American intervention in Iraq, xxv, 75 Ansar al-Islam, 66, 109 Arbil: administration of, 46, 53, 58; Ainkawa, 123; Islamic influences in, 66; marble deposits in, 22; merchant landowners in, 19–20; and population displacements, 24; work opportunities and urbanization in, 97–98 asaysh, 66 Assyrian Democratic Movement (ADM), 33 Ba’athism, 15; policies toward aid of, 27; and political control, 27–28; and state socialism , 16–17 Baghdad: development during colonial period, 5–9; local economy of, 6; policies toward Kurdistan Region, 23–24, 48–49, 72; relations with Kurdistan Region, 2–4, 13, 17–18, 21, 28, 49–51, 71–72, 119–25; small industry of, 22; wage structure of, 22 Barzani, Ma’soud, 32–33, 41, 47, 85 Barzani, Mullah Mustafa, xxvi, 3, 27 Barzani, Netchervan, 86, 92 Barzinji, Shaykh Mahmoud, xxvi, 3 Basra, 5–9, 17, 22 British Mandate government, 2, 5; indirect rule and policies toward tribes, 7–8 British Middle East Office, 2, 5 British Overseas Development Administration , 30 Bush administration, 29–30 Chalabi, Ahmed, 47 Change Movement. See Goran Christian communities, 19; and intraregional relations, 51, 123–24 civil society, 34, 101–2; demonstrations in, 4; political party influence on, 116–17; restrictions, 118–19 Coalition Provisional Authority, 76–77, 92 constitution of Iraq (1925), 4–5 constitution of Iraq (2005): article 140, 81, 108–9; rights accorded to Kurdistan Region, 82, 105–6 Darbandikhan Dam, 39, 42–43, 64 Development Board, 16 disputed territories, xix, 48, 154 | Index Dohuk: business development, 87–88; education system and levels, 65, 115; electricity and power issues, 39–41, 42, 49–50; land tenure relations, 18–20; links to Mosul, 7, 18–19, 121; mosque construction, 66; ties to Turkey, 94 Dokan Dam, 39, 64 European Community Humanitarian Office, 42–44 external aid, xix–xxi; administration of, 76–77; and benefits of stalemate, 127–28; clandestine, 26–27; conditionalities of, 34–37; effects on quasi-states of, xxi–xxii; funding distribution and processes, 78–80; impact on Kurdistan Region of, 45–47, 127–28, 130; international influences of, 77–78; to Iraq, 1–5, 13–16, 55–56; obstacles to implementation of, 41–42; as policy tool, 80, 133; positive externalities of, xxiv–xxv, 45–47, 55–56, 64; to post–Gulf War Kurdistan Region, 29–32; in postSaddam Iraq, 75–85, 103, 111–12; to Republican Iraq, 13–20, 25–27; transformations in, xxii–xxiii, 30; and U.S. influences, 76–78 Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), 54–55, 61 food-for-fuel trade, 49 Fourteen Point Program, 2 Galala Company, 42, 51 Goran (Change Movement), 118–19 green line (militarized demarcation line), 48, 50–51 al-Hadidi tribe, 13 hawlana system, 63 Hawrami, Ashti, 125 Hezbollah movement, 39 honor killing, 67, 91–92 Hussein, Saddam, 21, 27, 30, 54; alliance with KDP, 49–50; overthrow of, 75; policies toward Kurds of, 24, 26; withdrawal of currency, 37–38 hydrocarbons law, 86, 110 Ibrahim Khalil (Khabur), 35–36 indirect rule (British colonial rule), 7–8 Industrial Bank, 16 internally displaced persons (IDPs), 24, 66, 105 International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 22 international nongovernmental organizations (INGOs), 25–26; attacks on workers of, 38–39; policies toward KRG of, 46–47; relations with KRG of, 31, 35; and relief aid assistance, 48, 75–76, 79 Investment Banks of Agriculture, Industry, and Construction, 16 iqta system, 11 Iran, 27, 39, 94–95; business influences in Kurdistan Region of, 55, 121–22; pressures on Kurdistan Region from, 39 Iran-Iraq War, 26–27 Iraq, 1–28; development during colonial period of, 1–3; foreign assistance to, 14–15; industry in, 16–18, 22; land reform policies of, 11; petroleum-based development in, 13–15; political instability in, 8, 15; state capacity of, 8–9; state-led development , 15–18; urbanization processes, 18–19 Iraqi Governing Council, 77 Index | 155 Iraqi industrialization, 15–23 Iraqi Kurdistan Parliament (Kurdistan National Assembly), 41, 85; internal functioning of, 113 Iraqi National Congress: relations with KDP, 47–48; U.S. support to, 73 Iraqi Swiss dinar (old Iraqi dinar), 16; devaluation of, 37–38 Islamic Movement of...

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ISBN
9780815651215
Related ISBN
9780815632177
MARC Record
OCLC
759158727
Pages
186
Launched on MUSE
2012-02-08
Language
English
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No
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