Stephen Zunes On Iraq: Our Legacy, Consequences, And The Media

A building explodes in a presidential palace compound in Baghdad during air strikes March 21, 2003. Large explosions shook Baghdad during a night of blistering air strikes, as U.S. and British ground forces advancing across southern Iraq battled for hours for control of a strategic airfield. REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber FK - RTRKKPX

A building explodes in a presidential palace compound in Baghdad during air strikes March 21, 2003. Large explosions shook Baghdad during a night of blistering air strikes, as U.S. and British ground forces advancing across southern Iraq battled for hours for control of a strategic airfield. REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber  FK - RTRKKPX

March 26, 2013 – Segment 1

We continue our reflection on the 10th anniversary of the start of the Iraq War. We will examine the role the media played in the conflict, with Stephen Zunes, professor of Politics and International Studies and Chair of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of San Francisco, and author of Tinderbox: U.S. Middle East Policy and The Roots of Terrorism.

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