Federalism Keeps Iraqi Negotiators Talking
Federalism and the relationship between Iraq's distinct regions and cultures is a sticking point in negotiations over a new constitution. Steve Inskeep speaks with Noah Feldman about the Iraqi draft constitution. Feldman, a professor of law at New York University, is a specialist in the relationship between religion and political authority. He advised the now-defunct Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq.
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