Ibrahim is an Associate Professor of History at
California State University San Marcos. He is both a US and
UK national, and obtained his doctorate from the University of
Oxford, completing a thesis on the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait,
part of which was plagiarised by the British government’s
‘Dodgy Dossier’. He is co-author of Iraq’s Armed Forces: An
Analytical History (Routledge, 2008), and The Modern History of
Iraq, with Phebe Marr (Westview 2016).
Anthologies featuring Ibrahim Al-Marashi
Iraq + 100 poses a question to ten Iraqi writers: what might your country look like in the year 2103 – a century after the disastrous American- and British-led invasion, and 87 years down the line from its current, nightmarish battle for survival?