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Davos Annual Meeting 2006 - What Is at Stake in Iraq? 28.01.2006 Following recent elections and armed with a new constitution, Iraq should be poised to enter a period of stable reconstruction. However, ethnic and political divisions, sustained terrorist attacks and disputes over oil revenues present growing threats to the country's prospects for peace. 1) If instability continues, what are the consequences for the region and the world? 2) Does the new constitution provide an adequate framework for stability in the long run and room for political institutions to take root? 3) How can the international community ensure the country does not become a bastion for terrorists? 4) What are the toughest decisions the Iraqi leadership must make, and how can the international community support them? Sheikh Hamam Hammoudi, President, Constitutional Drafting Council, Iraq Tariq Al Hashimi, Leader, Iraqi Islamic Party Ibrahim Jaafari, Prime Minister of Iraq John McCain, Senator from Arizona (Republican), USA Amre Moussa, Secretary-General, League of Arab States, Cairo Barham Salih, Minister of Planning and Development Cooperation of Iraq Jack Straw, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of the United Kingdom Robert B. Zoellick, US Deputy Secretary of State Moderated by David Ignatius, Associate Editor and Columnist, The Washington Post, USA
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