MidEast Dispatches: Review and Video of Beyond the Green Zone

January 09, 2008

Beyond the Green Zone at Tom’s Review of Books

“Don’t miss Dahr Jamail’s first book, Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq — and, while you’re reading it, think of us as the invading Martians. I hardly need to extol Jamail to Tomdispatch readers, but his book offers a remarkably fresh glimpse at what those “Martians” looked like and felt like through Iraqi eyes. This book should outlast the war it recorded (even given Washington’s urge to remain in Iraq forever).”

Read the full posting at Tom Engelhardt’s TomDispatch.com

Online Video of Beyond the Green Zone book tour talk

Full video of Beyond the Green Zone book tour talk, recorded December 8, 2007 at the Vancouver, British Columbia Planetarium. Presented below in 3 parts. Total running time 58 minutes.


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