Iraqi scholars talked about the April 30, 2014, parliamentary elections in Iraq and U.S. expectations for the country’s… read more
Iraqi scholars talked about the April 30, 2014, parliamentary elections in Iraq and U.S. expectations for the country’s future. They discussed the potential outcome of the elections and what the results could mean for U.S.-Iraq relations. Some of the factors the considered were voter turnout and apathy, and attempts to stop citizens from voting. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Ali, Ahmed Research Analyst Institute for the Study of War->Iraq
- Ollivant, Douglas Senior Fellow New America Foundation->National Security Program
- Yaphe, Judith S. Research Professor George Washington University->Elliott School of Intl. Affairs
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