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Changes Seen in Iraq's Neighbors

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Changes Seen in Iraq's Neighbors

Changes Seen in Iraq's Neighbors

Changes Seen in Iraq's Neighbors

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A year after the U.S. invasion, Iraq's neighbors are adapting to the new political and economic climate in the region. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Ambassador Robert Pelletreau about the changes in three countries: Iran, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia.

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