Analysis: Failing to address the root causes of violence in Iraq

| September 20, 2013
KIRKUK, 20 September 2013 (IRIN) – In the northern Iraqi governorate of Kirkuk, a 58km trench is being dug around Kirkuk City to protect it against violence, as regular bomb attacks and assassinations threaten the safety of its multi-ethnic residents. But experts say this, like other recent security measures, will ultimately do little because it fails to address the root causes of the violence.

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