Dr Zana Gulmohamad has a PhD in International Politics from the University of Sheffield, where he researched Iraq's politics, security and foreign relations. He has spent years working with the Kurdistan Regional Government.
Analysis: The 2019 October revolution was a mass protest movement that rocked the ruling elites and reset political debate in Iraq, giving rise to a host of new political parties.
Comment: Nouri al-Maliki did not leave the stage of Iraqi politics when vacating the prime minister's office, and he's now poised to return to the spotlight, writes Zana Gulmohammad.
Comment: Demonstrations over the lack of services have resulted in the most far-reaching government overhaul since the US-led invasion of 2003.
Baghdad’s military strategy needs to be coupled with political concessions to Sunni communities and tribes to recapture Anbar and maintain stability, argues Zana Gul.