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Iraq's Neighbors

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Iraq's Neighbors

Iraq's Neighbors

Iraq's Neighbors

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The countries bordering Iraq — Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iran — are feeling pressure from within and without to take sides in the current conflict. Join us for a conversation about the role of Iraq's neighbors.

Guests:

Michael Young
*Columnist for The Daily Star in Beirut

Fawaz Gerges
*Chair of international Affairs and Middle Eastern Studies at Sarah Lawrence College

Dan De Luce
*Guardian Correspondent in Tehran

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