ARCHIVE: POST-WAR IRAQ

Archived articles from Azadeh moaveni's 2003 reporting for the los angeles times 

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"School Opening" by DVIDSHUB on Flickr, via Creative Commons BY 2.0 license. Click for original photo. 

The insecurity that reigns in Iraq is the defining reality of postwar life. But the lawlessness is felt disproportionately by young women and girls who have yet to complete their education.
— "baghdad women shrouded in fear", los angeles times

If the rival factions that dominate Iranian politics have drawn one common lesson from the war in Iraq, it is not to underestimate Washington’s resolve in confronting what it considers ‘rogue states’ in the region.
— "U.S. Actions in Iraq Resonating in Iran", Los angeles times

For months, Iran has discreetly accommodated U.S. plans to invade Hussein’s nation, by aiding Iraqi dissidents and even helping to prevent oil smuggling by Iraq.
— "Iran and U.S. Starting a New Dance", los angeles times

Iran would seem to be an unlikely corner of the Middle East to find support for Washington’s plans to unseat Saddam Hussein.
— "Iranians Eager for Hussein to Be Ousted", los angeles times