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Another household survey, this one conducted by the Iraq Ministry of Health at the same time as the second Hopkins study, found 400,000 excess deaths, 151,000 by violence.As is the case with most such surveys conducted during time of war, there were problems in data gathering and the analysis tended to minimize violent death estimates.

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Similarly, the Brookings Institution's Iraq Index and the U. office in Iraq used "passive surveillance" methods (reports from morgues as well as newspapers). military data in 2010, but this was also quite partial--reports from U. The number of displaced persons, both internal (within Iraq) and external (refugees, mainly in Jordan and Syria) ranged from estimates of 3.5 million to 5 million or more, which were directly attributable to the war.

Conventional wisdom in American politics focuses only on American costs in the war in Iraq: the casualties to U. soldiers, the financial costs, and sometimes the strategic costs.

But the human cost to the Iraqis themselves are nearly ignored in political discourse, the news media, and intellectual circles. We present empirical reports, studies, and other accounts that convey and assess the consequences of war for the people of Iraq.

in October 2004, measuring the war-related mortality in the war's first 18 months.

The researchers--mainly epidemiologists from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and medical personnel in Iraq--estimated 98,000 "excess deaths" due to war.

Number of Iraqis who died of violence 2003-2011: 150,000 to 400,000. Iraqi refugees displaced by the American war to Syria: 1 million Internally displaced [pdf] persons in Iraq: 1.3 million Proportion of displaced persons who have returned home since 2008: 1/8 Rank of Iraq on Corruption Index among 182 countries: 175 COMMENT: From the Canadian International Council website, John Tirman, wrote (Dec.