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President Obama Means to Calm Tensions in Iraq

by WSJ Live 4:22 mins

President Obama Means to Calm Tensions in Iraq

by WSJ Live 4:22 mins

What President Obama's support for new Iraq Prime Minister Haider Al Abadi and the U.S.'s support of the Kurds means to efforts to calm tensions. Daniel Serwer, professor of conflict management at John Hopkins University discusses on the News Hub. Photo: Getty

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