Saving Iraq: Rebuilding a Broken Nation
Iraqi businessman Nemir Kirdar talked about his plan to rebuild the government, economy, and civil society of Iraq. Mr. Kirdar argues that Iraq can return to the peace and prosperity that existed when he lived in the country before the 1958 coup. He spoke at Harvard University’s Kennedy School. close
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Graham T. Allison Director Harvard University->Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
Nemir A. Kirdar Founder, Executive Chairman & CEO Investcorp
Meghan L. O'Sullivan Board Member Harvard University->Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
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