Can Iraq's neighbours work together? | Inside Story

Iraq has been holding a regional summit, aimed at promoting peace and reconciliation in the Middle East.
It's hoped the talks will encourage its neighbours to talk to each other, instead of settling scores on its territory.

Since 2003, Iraq has been a battleground for the United States, and especially for Iran, after the toppling of former President Saddam Hussein.
It's hoped that what was not achieved through war, could be achieved through negotiation.
Yet the U.S. was notably absent.
So can Iraq's neighbours reach a common ground?

Presenter: Nastasya Tay

Ali Anbori, political analyst and civil activist.
Bader Al-Saif, assistant professor at Kuwait University and nonresident fellow at Carnegie Middle East Center.
Seyed Mostafa Khoshcheshm, Iran affairs analyst and public diplomacy strategist.
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