Exploring 'What We Left Behind' In Iraq

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Read Filkins' New Yorker Article

New Yorker writer Dexter Filkins finds an increasingly authoritarian prime minister — Nouri al-Maliki — sectarian violence, and concern for the future. Iraq holds parliamentary elections Wednesday.

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