Feisal Istrabadi

Indiana University

Guest

Director of the Center for the Study of the Middle East at Indiana University; former Iraqi Ambassador to the United Nations, he drafted the Iraqi interim constitution (He holds dual US-Iraqi citizenship.)

Feisal Istrabadi on KCRW

Last week, President Obama was taking heat for saying he did not yet have a “strategy” for dealing with the Islamic State.

The Fight Against ISIS Creates Strange Bedfellows

Last week, President Obama was taking heat for saying he did not yet have a “strategy” for dealing with the Islamic State.

from To the Point

Islamic jihadists are on the move in Iraq, and President Obama says he's not "ruling anything out" for what he calls "an emergency situation."

Are There Options for Iraq Intervention?

Islamic jihadists are on the move in Iraq, and President Obama says he's not "ruling anything out" for what he calls "an emergency situation."

from Which Way, L.A.?

Islamic jihadists are on the move in Iraq, and  President Obama says  he's not "ruling anything out" for what he calls "an emergency situation."

Are There Options for Iraq Intervention?

Islamic jihadists are on the move in Iraq, and President Obama says he's not "ruling anything out" for what he calls "an emergency situation."

from To the Point

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