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Congress should stop blaming the Iraqi government for our economic woes.
When it invaded Iraq in 2003, the United States touched a hot stove.
An unpublished research paper that tries to blame protest and dissent for "emboldening" Iraq's insurgents is severely flawed but its propaganda value is attracting unwarranted attention.
A military threat to the United States? An economic powerhouse? More likely a Potemkin Village.
A complicated picture has emerged for the latest Iraq spending bill.
In this second part of the exchange, Saul Landau and Samuel Farber debate the future of Cuba.
Amid all the talk about the U.S. military "surge" in Iraq, little has been said about the accompanying "surge" of Iraqi prisoners, whose numbers rose to nearly 51,000 at the end of 2007.
The new Cuban leadership is contemplating neoliberal economic reforms but democracy is still off the table.
Cubans are trying to preserve the gains of the revolution in the face of U.S. hostility.
The first step to avoid repeating the current war is to learn its lessons.