Can Iraq tackle its problems?

Iraqis generally recognize that their country sits on some of the world's largest oil and gas supplies that could provide substantial benefits. But depressed commodity prices aggravated mismanagement imposed by outsiders as well as internally in a nation that's in the middle of one of the world's most politically unstable neighborhoods, an expert observed.

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