The primary problem with Iraq is the presence of many ethnicities and religious factions that complicate the process of government formation and establishment of a profound approach to national identity. The primary argument of this study is that despite the various divisions, the country still has a nationalism, albeit an ethnosectarian one. The research on the state of Iraq is essential to provide a different insight into the continuing search for methods of fostering political stability in a country that has been in political and social upheavals for more than half a century. The primary issues of discussion with regards to the Iraq nationalism are religious sectarianism, ethnonationalism, nation and nationalism and the identity of divided societies. The systematic review of nation and nationalism is focused on the general foundations of making a country and how the people stay united despite their differences. Ethnonationalism attempts to contextualize the current state of Iraq as a function of different ethnic communities fighting for power and national resources. Discussion on religious sectarianism shows how an intensified belief system affects the possibility of change, even if the shift in thinking will leads to benefits for individuals and communities. The study concludes by delving into the main arguments and findings from the systematic review of literature as well as reflections of the research questions and future implications.
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