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Campaigning charity War on Want’s Iraq: Operation Corporate Takeover is a documentary comic in which Sean Michael Wilson and Lee O’Connor expose how Western companies are profiting from the occupation, while New Yorkers Anthony Lappé and Dan Goldman project the war’s technology, media coverage and paranoia to the year 2011 in the provocative Shooting War from Weidenfeld & Nicholson.

Hosted by Seumas Milne, Guardian columnist and associate editor. Seumas was the Guardian’s comment editor from 2001-2007. He has worked for the paper since 1984, as a general reporter, labour correspondent (Europe) and labour editor. He has reported for the Guardian from the Middle East, eastern Europe, Russia and Latin America.

Tickets: £8, £7 Concs, £6 Members
Where: Nash Room, ICA, The Mall, London
When: Tuesday, November 6, 2007 - 7pm


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