Bordering on Instability Most of Iraq's Arab neighbors opposed the U.S.-led invasion in 2003. As violence continues to roil Iraq, NPR's Deborah Amos reports in a five-part series on how the war has affected those neighboring countries, including Jordan, Syria, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

Iraq's Arab Neighbors: Jordan

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Iraq's Arab Neighbors: Kuwait

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Iraq's Arab Neighbors: Saudi Arabia

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Iraq's Arab Neighbors: Anti-Americanism Runs High

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