Neal Pollack Celebrates Democracy in Iraq

August 2004
Vanity Fair;Aug2004, Issue 528, p156
Comments on the turnover by the U.S. of Iraq to Iraqi rule in 2004 after the war in 2003. Democracy in Iraq; Political environment in Iraq; Implications on Iraqi politics and government.


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