You really cannot ansewer that question , in the limited time that the previous regime has been deposed, the country is just now on the path to recovery and its test of time, will be first electing someone , and then the ulitmate test , would be when the incumbent comes up for elections , loses ,and then has to hand over power to the new guy.
The invasion , has put both Iran and Syria in difficult positions , which may lead to further military actions. The United Nations has been proven to be ineffectual in dealing with beligerent nations , the russians have been removed from the board in terms of being able to balance the super power scales , the Chinese are not quite there yet, Britain and Australia sided with the States ,and France and Germany decided they would pursue their own agenda.
So on the whole , I would opine that its going to take minimum ten years for the dust to settle , if everything goes alright and none of the axis powers decides to engage in military activities, in the short term ,I would hazard to say that most nations are awaiting the outcome of the elections in November, before implementing their national policys.
Should George Bush win in November ,I would expect that Iran and North Korea will be the next two dominos to fall.
If Kerry wins , no idea , its up in the air.