Taif Alkhudary is a Research Officer at the LSE Middle East Centre.
It might be enough to say that the Iraqi election results undoubtedly have been impacted by the ongoing protest movement, writes Taif Alkhudary.
Opinion: UAE's ambitious plans for solar investment in Iraq feed directly into its broader regional strategy, but they have received little public scrutiny, writes Taif Alkhudary.
Opinion: The two deadly fires that recently killed hundreds in Iraqi hospitals were not a coincidence, but the consequence of widespread corruption and years of neglect, writes Taif Alkhudary.
Comment: Al-Sadr's attack on Iraqi protesters has brought his deeply conservative and pro-establishment values into sharp relief, writes Taif Alkhudary.
Comment: The Iraqi authorities' efforts to stifle freedom of expression borrow from authoritarian regimes around the world, writes Taif Alkhudary.
Comment: A month after Iraq erupted in protest, we should celebrate the new informed, resourceful and creative generation that is now emerging, writes Taif Alkhudary.