March 2, 2007

What Do You Want to Know About Iraq?

I'll be in Iraq soon — first in the northern Kurdistan region, then in Baghdad.

What do you want to know that you don't already know? What would you like me to write about? What do you most want to see in photographs and video?

Since I'm going to Kurdistan first, let's limit our discussion to that region for now. We'll get to Baghdad in time.

Please leave specific questions and general topics in the comments section. I won't be able to cover everything, but a group brainstorm will still help.

Of course I can think of questions and topics on my own, but I also want to know what the audience wants. I'm working for you here, after all, thanks to your Pay Pal dontations.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at March 2, 2007 3:35 PM
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