IRAQ
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ISBN-13  978-1-63353-439-1

IRAQ

The West Shakes Up The Middle East

By Patrick Cockburn
In Patrick Cockburn on Iraq: The West Shakes Up The Middle East, The Independent continues its series of History As It Happened books. Over the past 15 years the US and its allies should have had the greatest interest in maintaining a Middle East status quo. But, as Cockburn details in a series of insightful articles published in The Independent, the West has been the most radical instrument of change in the Middle East.

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