Places like Iraqi Kurdistan, Somaliland, and The Republic of Abkhazian may not have a seat at the UN or show up on many maps, but they still act like quasi-countries in the hopes of one day becoming independent. On today’s Underreported
segment we’ll look at some of these places with Graeme Wood,
a staff editor for The Atlantic.
His article "Limbo World"
appears in the Jan/Feb issue of Foreign Policy Magazine.