In order to move past the cycle of collapse and revival that has characterized Iraqi governance since 2003, a new approach is needed to forge a system that responds to the needs of the population, and in so doing, tackles the root causes of conflict.
Andrew Peek, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Iraq and Iran, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, US Department of State
Abdulaziz Sager, Chairman, Gulf Research Centre
Sanam Vakil, Senior Research Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme, Chatham House
Chair: Rend al-Rahim, President, Iraq Foundation; Iraqi Ambassador to the United States (2003-05)