By Mustafa Abid
As one of America’s larger military and economic investments, Iraq should (hopefully) be in our headlights as one of the more important regional situations to monitor. If you don’t already, you should start reading, watching and listening to the result of hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars. As Iraq enters its third post-American year, two events, arguably well connected, should be registering on the American public’s radar this spring. While separate categorically, the rise of ISIS terrorist activities in Fallujah and the coming Iraqi elections will likely play deeply into one another, and their cumulative results may well impact regional security.