With Dr. Edmund Ghareeb, Adjunct Professor of Middle East history and politics in the School of International Service at American University, internationally recognized expert on the Kurds, Iraq, and media issues, and co-author of the Historical Dictionary of Iraq.
About the book:
This long and tortuous path is traced in the Historical Dictionary of Iraq, whose chronology starts in the year 6500 and ends in the year 2012, an amazingly long stretch. Fortunately, this is put into perspective in the introduction, which helps readers understand what went right, and what went wrong, over this period of millennia. The dictionary section then provides further information on significant persons, places and events, ancient civilizations and more recent regimes, political parties and institutions, as well as more generally the economy, society, culture and ethnic groups, and alas the wars. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about Iraq.