Table of contents for An Iraq and its regions : cornerstones of a federal democracy / Reidar Visser and Gareth Stansfield (eds).

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1. Introduction
Reidar Visser
2. The Two Regions of Southern Iraq
Reidar Visser
3. Fitting Baghdad In
Fanar Haddad and Sajjad Rizvi
4. The Decline of Small-Scale Regionalism in Tikrit
Ronen Zeidel
5. Mosul, the Jazira Region and the Syrian--Iraqi Borderlands
James Denselow
6. Kurdish or Kurdistanis? Conceptualiziising Regionalism in the North of Iraq 
Gareth Stansfield and Hashem Ahmadzadeh 
7. Al-Iraq al-Arabi: Iraq's Greatest Region in the Pre-Modern Period
Alastair Northedge
8. Borders, Regions and Time: Defining the Iraqi Territorial State
Richard Schofield 
9. The Non-Ethnic Regional Model of Federalism: Some Comparative Perspectives
Liam Anderson 
10. Conclusion
Gareth Stansfield

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Federal government -- Iraq.
Regionalism -- Iraq.
Arab nationalism -- Iraq.
Democracy -- Iraq.