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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Dec 24, 2019 4:03 pm

Study: Iraq awaits worst during 2020

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12/24/2019 - 21:59

A study published by the British newspaper The Independent on Tuesday suggested that next year would be worse for Iraq, as it predicted the 30 most important conflicts awaiting the world during 2020.

The study indicated, among the possible conflicts, the possibility of a military confrontation between Iran and the United States, the United States being subjected to a major terrorist attack on its soil, increased political instability in Iraq, and an escalation of violence between Turkey and the PKK and its extensions inside Turkey or in Syria.

The study, conducted by the Preventive Action Center of the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, one of the most important think tanks in the United States, relied on the opinions of 500 American officials, policy experts, and academics.

Like last year, foreign policy experts considered the Middle East and Africa to be the most crisis-prone region in the world, and came among the most influential conflicts in the United States, the possibility of a military confrontation between Iran and America or one of its allies due to Iran's involvement in regional conflicts and its support for extremist proxy groups, And if the probability of this comes in the middle degree, not the most likely.

But among the most likely, but medium-impact, conflicts ranked second in increased political instability in Iraq resulting from sectarian tensions and poor economic conditions, while came in third place in this classification, the escalation of violence between Turkey and the PKK and its extensions within Turkey or In Syria, and it ranked fourth in the most likely conflicts of escalation, the Syrian regime continues to seek to impose its control over more lands, which will lead to more civilian casualties, and cause tensions between external parties to the conflict.

The study suggested that Yemen would move towards calm, and that confrontations between Israel and Iranian-backed forces intensify in exchange for calm with the Palestinian side, as well as an escalation of violence in Libya and Somalia, the emergence of separatist movements in Ethiopia, the rise of populism in Europe, and America's exposure to cyber and terrorist attacks, Differences escalated between Washington, Moscow and Beijing, each with its neighbors, a new wave of displacement from Latin America to the north, along with escalating violence, diseases and displacement in Africa, the Kashmir conflict between India and Pakistan, the suppression of Hong Kong demonstrations, and the outbreak of conflict over the Arctic.


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