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D. Appearance of Mohammed Saleh *: glimpses in the political economy of Iraq: a conflict of classes or conflict of components?


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D. Appearance of Mohammed Saleh *: glimpses in the political economy of Iraq: a conflict of classes or conflict of components? Mudher-M.-Saleh-image-1




The Iraqi political system has enveloped itself and closed its production and social exits and laid down a different historical material structure both in the view of the production base (production forces and relations of production) or in its superstructure components of state institutions and others. The political-economic system of Iraq has also been inherited since the fall of the individual regime.

While the majority of the sectarian or constituent masses, which are still growing outside the institutions of political and economic influence, are far from obtaining the just wealth and sharing the interests of the rentier state or making political will in it except in the time of elections, but have become merely marginal human cattle attached to the monopoly component of wealth. The growth of the poor and unemployed margins, which dominate their lives and daily lives, increased the vacuum of life (and internal alienation) and thrown out the political-economic hierarchy to be outside the concept of citizenship and decent living. Over time and turned into a humanitarian experience stagnant lives and settle outside the central area utilitarianism CSS groups Almkoonatih rentier (after the collection of the democratic will of their seats subjugated components) to turn out to grab powers flock oil revenues bent wealth. They are dominant forces scattered amongst their poor constituents and derive strength from them in managing the problem of collecting oil wealth from the state - the largest owner - after the formation of client market relations concerned with the overwhelming takeover of the economic opportunities of the state. It is an important formation in the hierarchy of the system, which at the same time adheres to the tools of operating a political system that has the ability to sustain the absorption of the economic surplus of the wealthy state in exchange for the country free from development.

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Papers in the Iraqi Political Economy

Dr. Mohammed Saleh *: Profiles in the Political Economy
Iraq: a conflict of layers or conflict of components?


D. Appearance of Mohammed Saleh *: glimpses in the political economy of Iraq: a conflict of classes or conflict of components? Mudher-M.-Saleh-image-1


The Iraqi political system has enveloped itself, closed its productive and social exits, and built a physical structure

Different historical perspectives both in the view of the production base (production forces and relations of production) or in the components of its structure

Metadata of state institutions and others. The political-economic system of Iraq has also been inherited since the fall of the regime

Individual spots are very utilitarian components that see in their methodology that achieving their self-interest and clientele is a wealth

For the component

People are a doctrinal or sustainable emotional interest
Of the ethnic people the people aspire to emotionally
And fateful

However, the majority of the sectarian or factional groups that continue to grow outside the institutions of political influence
Economic interests to be away from the achievement of equitable wealth and sharing the interests of the rentier state

But at the time of the elections, they were merely marginal human beasts attached to the component
And the growing margins of the poor and unemployed who live their lives and lives.
The daily vacuum of life (and internal alienation) is thrown out by the political-economic hierarchy to be out of concept

Citizenship and decent living, but these human forces attached to the components and ethnicities dissolved over time

It has turned into a stagnant human desolation that resides outside the central enclave of communities
Rentier constituents (after attaining their democratic seats by the will of the overwhelming constituents) to be transformed

To extract oil rents with a tendency to get rich. They are dominant forces scattered among their poor constituents and draw strength from them
In managing the problem of collecting oil wealth from the state - the largest owner - after it formed market relations

Customers are concerned with the superior acquisition of the country's economic opportunities. They are an important formation in the system hierarchy stuck
At the same time, the instruments of operation of a political system have the capacity to sustain the absorption of the economic surplus
For the wealthy state in return for the country's lack of development.

Thus, neo-capitalism, born of its ethnic and sectarian social components, made its way into strongholds
Alienation has been accompanied by a rare and often productive human migration to become politics and the economy driven by movements outside

Their homelands. Component political life has provided dominance over the mechanisms of action and movement of the nation-state superstructure

To continuously renew its survival indicative vacuum of the DA and the absence of economic diversification without knowing that
A new aspect of the conflict in which the country is living today is also opposing it as a labor force that is
A potentially explosive facet of the class struggle of the current political system. 

Work
Thus the class struggle generated a patriotic collective mind spontaneous track personified at the same time a unique dynamic state
Marginalized, stagnant, transnational, and constituent societal forces confronting central rent-seeking forces
They constitute the turning point in the economic and political system
Autonomous, class-harmonious national alliances across communities and nationalities operating through
Self as idle forces outside (in addressing the fragmentation of obsolete political component divisions) are inherited
The country's production machine remained unemployed.

In an academic study published a few years ago, entitled: Rubbish and Eastern Despotism. I dealt with them in vain
Component utilitarian centers that exercise the acquisition of the economic surplus outside the course of its employment in favor of
Each year, half a million national labor forces are added to the labor market
A young worker shaken by sidewalks and betrayed by the forces of terrorism over the past 10 years.

The market liberalism adopted by the open global economic system is left with no impunity
Important trade controls, which are closely linked to regional markets within the regional biomass phenomenon
Bioreginalism is the birth of an external fragmentation phenomenon that has made local markets nationally fragmented and researched
Gentile

Those who are ideologically or ideologically imitated by high economic and political interests are highly dangerous to security
That biased liberalism, embedded in regional biology, left no room for the entity.


To build a highly autonomous national development model in which the two political perspectives coincide
Or where national production infrastructure and production relations are consistent with construction
Both economic and political
New democratic system to generate equity in income distribution and the ability to optimize the use of the developing workforce,
On the contrary, there has been a direct and serious correlation of regional biology to the dedication of a structural structure

The state's economic work, and led to the establishment of mechanisms that exhausted the superstructure of the state - safety - and led at the time
Himself to reproduce the existence of the state and the economy in parallel and expatriate political horizons outside the country any mother
State-nation expat after the economic infrastructure has left

The first is due to (rentier factors) targeting the internal market and its extreme liberalization so that it can quickly become operational
Outward undermined the national production function (labor and capital) and sought to dismantle that production function
Adherence to a parallel, highly dangerous regional globalization
Becoming a unified political system itself.

Here, another case of alienation was formed by the birth of a parallel or expatriate production function.
(Function with the state - parallel nation abroad)
A parallel or expatriate working with his interests and external instruments against the cohesion of the political-economic space
Wills far from the idea of ​​national decision
The internal working class and its external management
Ideologically very free
Unemployed, who could not live even on the sidelines of the oil rent and his girl, consciously
Internal cohesion strongly hits the depth of the national fabric and for the first time since the overall change in the year
2003

It is the new working class that has been interrupted by religious sectarianism or national or regional fanaticism
The young working class that left work in the years of the war on ISIS volunteered
Fighting to protect Iraq from external terrorism, unlike some middle-class segments that may have been lost
Part of its unified national identity and immersed in the data rentier state, and touched any middle class
It is divided in its unified national project as we experienced it in the first half of the twentieth century and is having fun
And
As the near and long-term regional environment of Iraq has become

The expat function production is limited to a cycle
Consumption is a serious problem within the national economy, with an expatriate workforce and strong capital
Alienation is also, we find that such a dangerous alienation pattern in the Iraqi economic base (ie
Production relations and external production forces (coherent in connection with another
Parallel or expatriate nation state. state-nation expat and that this deformed formation of materialism


Historical expat materialism (as espoused by Marxists in this
Analysis (became a negative factor that continued to devote a market system dispersed in ethnicity and sectarianism and system

For political quotas of utilitarian forces calculated on the middle class to be directed by expatriate factors from outside
Internally, oil rents are looking for sustainability of the country and its economy.

And partnership doing. The holding of quotas, for example, in non-productive public jobs or relations
The fragile market in the clientel's orbit is all holding and holding on to rentier relations.

At a time when the rentier middle class has forgotten the role of the nation's basic human or human resources
Seriously in the future of their development and well-being. Proliferating as a productive, disrupted or neglected workforce or even thinking

Thus, the external economic and political alienation is exposing their negative factors within Iraqi society
It is the highest in the world and has a population donation of 6.2%.

annually
Demographic or millennials are also the highest among young people
Born in the 1980s
Born in the third technological age, the ultra-globalized digital age, he began
The war with Iran and the 1990s, the Kuwait war, the blockade and after the year 2000 and the fall of the dictatorship
Singles.

This current generation (the early 2000s) accounts for approximately 40-40% of the country's population
At the same time, it constitutes the majority of the country's workforce

The stages of political conflicts, foreign wars, sectarian wars and internal ethnic. But it is a generation
A factor that was not absorbed by broken production wheels and continued to live outside the oil rent formula and its superstructures

And expatriate infrastructures. It is the working generation whose inclinations are beyond the current political and economic dilemma
In the political economy to reach another age of
Regenerative

Modern political economy
Or doctrines of Iraq. He is more patriotic in Iraq, despite the effects of digital globalization on his inclinations
And less ethnically
Iraq's interests override the narrow interests left by the fragmented society.

A transformed Iraq is undergoing a transitional phase in its economic and political system
In the history of Iraq's political economy, a new working class is forming as an alternative to class opportunism
Central Bank, which was immersed in the agendas of oil revenue distribution and built its social and political
The nation's quotas and divisions were based on a negative historical alienation material that is ideologically compatible with the regions
Its sectarian or belief alienation (in its foreign strongholds) is disrupted for freedoms and a university for development.

As well as a system of wealth distribution is the most inclined to accumulate wealth and methods of rapid looting,
Damage to the future of the country's social justice.


In her record of social and economic development,
Finally, today the country is at a turning point
At the crossroads of its economic history, in which negative mechanisms to build a thriving social
It is composed of structures of the economic and political system of quotas, which is highly ineffective in mobilizing

Production cycles, absorb economic cycles, and seek to restore the nation's efforts, wealth and localization
The social fabric of Iraq. Finally, the third nation is witnessing the birth of the new millennium

They are still in their foreign settlements, ending in favor of a centralized regime

The state-safe Iraqi democratic renaissance Almhasasat and end with the alienation of the political system or
Parallel phenomena of expatriate production states in their foreign regions that mimic the system of political prisons

Its destructive domestic interests and finding its national democratic alternative in another construction of the economic system
It is another economic approach and a strong system of social justice based on
The social market, the universal use of labor and the equitable distribution of wealth are framed by the state - the democratic state.

(*) Economic researcher and academic writer
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