Full episode 416: Iraq After Us Additional This American Life Stories On The War in Iraq ByIra Glass Private ContractorsTrue Number of Iraqi DeathsLessons Learned in the WarSoldiers' StoriesSoldier BloggersA House in BaghdadCitizen-Diplomat Tries to End the WarTwo Random Guys Try to HelpTrying to Rebuild IraqStart of the War And on the aftermath:Talk to an Iraqi - from TV seriesSam Slaven More in IraqView all 593: Don’t Have to Live Like a Refugee Aug. 5, 2016 Act Two: Thank You for Smoking People don’t have a lot of money in the refugee camps, and our producer Miki Meek went to see what that’s like at a camp that’s been built on the grounds of an abandoned psychiatric hospital. 499: Taking Names June 28, 2013 Act Two: Emails from a Dead Man To get a sense of what may be broken about our process for bringing these Iraqis into the US, the ones who worked with US forces and who believe their lives are now in danger because of that, Kirk Johnson tells Nancy Updike about one guy. 499: Taking Names June 28, 2013 Act One: Reluctant Sailor Kirk sleepwalks through an open window and into a completely different life. More by Ira GlassView all 734: The Campus Tour Has Been Cancelled Mar. 19, 2021 Act One Reporter Paul Tough and Host Ira Glass look at the biggest change in admissions this year: colleges no longer requiring the SATs. 731: What Lies Beneath Feb. 12, 2021 Act Four: Boiling Under Lots of things go unspoken between family members, sometimes for years. 730: The Empty Chair Jan. 22, 2021 Act Three: There’s a German Word for That Ira Glass talks to journalist Jochen Bittner about a political lie from 1920s Germany and the lessons it holds for 2020s America.