416: Iraq After Us

416: Iraq After Us

Oct 15, 2010
Operation Iraqi Freedom is over. And the next chapter of Iraq is being written now. But what actually happened there the last seven years? Producer Nancy Updike and reporter Larry Kaplow spent a month in Iraq talking to Iraqis and Americans about the war that tore the country apart, and what's happening as we try to put it back together.
  • The worst violence ended two years ago. Iraq is stable. Larry and Nancy go to an amusement park in Baghdad, a wedding hall, an herbal medicine shop, and other places to see what stability means—and doesn't mean—for Iraqis' everyday lives. (9 minutes)

    Larry Kaplow reported from Iraq for six and a half years. Here are a few articles he wrote while he was Iraq bureau chief for Newsweek:
    The Last Day of the Iraq War
    Iraq Steps Out of Iran’s Shadow Iraq
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    • "Wen Inti, Habibit Umri? (Where Are You, the Love of My Life?)", Hussam Al-Rassam

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