The best way to describe Iraq after its liberation from the tyranny of Saddam Hussein is to analyze its good intentions on paper as opposed to its true intentions influenced by Iran. Iraq is a lost and weak country basking in corruption, sectarianism, fear, and hate.
Because it borders Iran, the country, with its Shiite Arab majority, has become the target of Iranian direct influence, arm-twisting, diplomatic cajoling, and sheer terror. No politician escapes Iranian influence unless he/she is dead.
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