Regions / Iraq
Vowing to "Stay the Course" the President made clear that the administration still doesn't recognize that the U.S. occupation is driving the resistance.
Body counts are important to remind us of the sacrifices made so far, but they are not a measure of success.
Falling in line with the peace movement and public opinion, the Senate has finally taken a small but a symbolically important step to challenge President George W. Bush's policy in Iraq.
Some mainstream pundits and Democratic Party lawmakers are finally raising the possibility that the Bush administration was determined to go to war regardless of any strategic or legal justification.
Iraq's revitalization of al-Qaida: Iraq appears to have become a recruiting tool, if not yet a recruiting ground, for militant jihadist causes and anti-American voices.
The cost to small towns of the war in Iraq.
Bush's October 6 address illustrated his desperate effort to justify the increasingly unpopular U.S. war in Iraq.
The stakes in the referendum on the Iraqi Constitution.
What happened in Basra may be a preview of a strategy aimed at causing the collapse of the U.S. political position in one city after another.
Ten years after the Gulf War, U.S. policy toward Iraq continues to suffer from an overreliance on military solutions, an abuse of the United Nations and international law, and a disregard for the human suffering resulting from sanctions.