Regions / Iraq
There's no justice in the civilian war crimes trial of Sergeant Jose Luis Nazario Jr.
The rise in Iraqi female suicide bombers illustrates the hollow nature of the widely touted U.S. counterinsurgency strategy in Iraq.
The Iraqis have reached a consensus -- the U.S. should leave Iraq.
Will the next war for oil be in Africa?
The former White House press secretary is right: mainstream journalists were "deferential, complicit enablers" in the lead up to the Iraq War. But Congress surrendered its voice and failed to question the intelligence.
Over the last two years, some of the most energized movements opposing the war have not been those made up of civilians but those who have served on the front lines.
The Iraq War is morally troublesome and many of our soldiers are suffering the consequences.
The religion of privatization: fully tested in Iraq. Ready for the discard pile.
An unpublished research paper that tries to blame protest and dissent for "emboldening" Iraq's insurgents is severely flawed but its propaganda value is attracting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.
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.