Ali Allawi

former Iraqi Minister of Trade, Defense and Finance

Guest

Former Minister of Trade and Minister of Defense in the cabinet appointed by the Interim Iraqi Governing Council (September 2003-2004), subsequently Minister of Finance in the Iraqi Transitional Government (2005-2006); author of The Occupation of Iraq: Winning the War, Losing the Peace and The Crisis of Islamic Civilization

Ali Allawi on KCRW

In  last night's speech  from the Oval Office, President Obama said it's time to "turn the page" from Iraq to Afghanistan…and the economy, but 50,000 American troops remain in Iraq.

Is the War in Iraq Really Over?

In last night's speech from the Oval Office, President Obama said it's time to "turn the page" from Iraq to Afghanistan…and the economy, but 50,000 American troops remain in Iraq.

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After suicide bombings killed more than 150 people last week in Iraq, Hillary Clinton made  her first visit  as Secretary of State.  Asked if the US has put Iraq on the back burner,…

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Pakistan, Afghanistan, the economy and swine flu are dominating the news today, but Iraq presents challenges that aren't going away.

Remember...Iraq?

Pakistan, Afghanistan, the economy and swine flu are dominating the news today, but Iraq presents challenges that aren't going away.

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