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Cantons and The Iraqi Tribal System

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in response to reader comment: Iraq's tribal society is the missing element

Submitted by Sam Stolzoff (United States), May 22, 2009 at 10:45

Tribes do have centeres of gravity, but they aren't isolated from each other. Often, there are pockets of other tribes living within an area that is dominated by another.

Check out this: www.theiraqitribalsystem.com. I hope it is helpful to those who are interested in the subject of tribes as it pertains to intelligence analysis, counterinsurgency, anthropology, and other social scientists.

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