Britain, Chieftains and the Founding of Modern Iraq

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NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Chris Catherwood, author of Churchill's Folly, and Judith Yaphe, of the National Defense University, about the founding of modern Iraq, the history of Iraq prior to 1922 and the precedent for democracy in the region.

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