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Writers and Iraq, presented by The New York Review of Books

 

<p>April 19, 2005 | Hemmerdinger Hall at NYU | New York City<br />
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With Mark Danner, Kanan Makiya, Dunya Mikhail, and Pankaj Mishra; moderated by Robert Silvers.<br />
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The 2003 invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq by a U.S.-led coalition polarized opinion in this country and created rifts between America and many other countries. These events have also engaged writers around the world as few other international issues have since the Vietnam War. How have writers in the U.S. and abroad perceived the war and assessed its consequences? <br />
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 LISTEN TO SEGMENTS<br />
&bull; Introduction by Robert Silvers followed by Mark Danner (14:36)<br />
&bull; Dunya Mikhail (7:01) <br />
&bull; Kanan Makiya (6:58) <br />
&bull; Pankaj Mishra<br />
&bull; Panel Discussion (16:48) <br />
&bull; Part 1: Q & A (13:25) <br />
&bull; Part 2: Q & A (15:18)<br />
&bull; Part 3: Q & A (15:20)</p>

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