The Effect of Policymaking Improvement in the Energy Field on the Security of Iraq

  • Nadhmi Khedairi Faculty of Political Science, Al-Mustansiriya University
  • Kasim Taqi al-Sahlani Faculty of Political Science, Al-Mustansiriya University
Keywords: Security, Energy, Policy, Energy Sanction, Energy Diplomacy


Energy plays an underlying role in the life of industrial economics of societies. This means that whenever energy is available sufficiently and timely, economic development will also be possible. Moreover, foreign and international policies can be shaped by various factors and have different orientations in relation to these factors. One of the requirements for growth and development in the country is the adoption of appropriate policy and diplomacy to ensure energy security. To the awareness of each other energy security policy, countries can follow cooperative relations and participation by adopting appropriate policy and sophisticated diplomacy, which will result in more profits. The important point is that the regional developments have a significant impact on energy and its security, including sanctions. The current study, using descriptive-analytical method, attempts to investigate the impact of policy improvement in the energy field on the security of Iraq.


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How to Cite
Khedairi, N., & Taqi al-Sahlani, K. (2021). The Effect of Policymaking Improvement in the Energy Field on the Security of Iraq. International Journal of Social Science Research and Review, 4(2), 56-62.