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    About the AuthorNemir Kirdar is the founder, Executive Chairman and CEO of the global investment group Investcorp. Now a citizen of the UK, he was born into a prominent family in Iraq. They had to leave their native country in 1958 when a military coup ushered in an era of political and economic deterioration. Mr Kirdar graduated from the University of the Pacific in California with a degree in economics, and holds an MBA from Fordham University in New York. He has also completed Harvard Business School's Senior Management Programme.
    Author 1Nemir Kirdar
    Edition NumberReprint Edition
    Editorial ReviewPart memoir, part history and part a pragmatic roadmap, Kirdar's Saving Iraq, brings clear insight and valuable substance into the complex issues of restoring Iraq to the stable, prosperous and civil society it once was. -- DR HENRY A KISSINGER An important part of this very important book concerns the potential leadership role which Iraq could play both economically and politically in helping to develop a more stable Middle East. -- Field Marshal The Lord Inge Former Chief of Staff UK Armed Forces Addresses crucial questions neglected by the 2003 war planners on what Iraq should look like after the overthrow of Saddam Hussein's government. Drawing on a lifelong career in investment and finance, Kirdar sets out an ambitious vision of postwar economic reconstruction in Iraq... essential reading for all concerned with the future of Iraq, the Middle East, and global peace and security -- Eugene L. Rogan, Dir, The Middle East Centre, St Antony's, Oxf remarkable and hopeful study of Iraq... Here, for a change, is an account ringing with conviction from the Iraqi point of view, not froma pundit or politician just returned from a quick tour. CATHOLIC HERALD 23.10.09 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
    Number of Pages302
    Publication Date3/8/2010