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Neighbors, Not Friends: Iraq and Iran after the Gulf Wars
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It has been ten years since Operation Desert Storm's defeat of the Iraqi army. Although the Gulf War is now a distant memory for many in the West, the devastating effects of that conflict are felt by the Iraqi people on a daily basis. In neighboring Iran, 13 years after the end of the Iran-Iraq War (the first Gulf War), a new form of political struggle has pitted reformists against conservatives. The outcome of this ongoing conflict will undoubtedly have a profound effect on Iran's relations with its Arab neighbors and the rest of the world. In this engaging, readable, and jargon-free book, Hiro (Sharing the Promised Land), a veteran journalist and leading commentator on the Middle East whose previous books have been highly regarded, covers developments in Iraq and Iran in the past decade.
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