May 9, 2014, by Graham Kendall

Iraq needs academics to rebuild reputation of its university sector

As Iraqis prepare to go to the polls to vote in parliamentary elections ten years on from the invasion, the country is a lifetime away from where things used to be. Iraq’s education system, once one of the best in the Middle East with a series of flourishing universities in the 1960s and 1970s, has suffered dramatically over the past few decades….” starts an article written by Chris Hill which has recently appeared in TheConversation.

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