Regions / Iraq
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki isn't the only one responsible for Iraq's woes -- history, U.S. foreign policy, and meddling neighbors are also to blame.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria may be clever and rich but stoking the revenge machine reveals how impoverished its collective imagination is.
It’s ironic that Iraq’s last two enemies now stand ready to defend it against a third, ISIS.
For one thing, the brutality of ISIS may be its downfall.
Iraq's latest elections were relatively free and fair, but they won't do much to resolve the country's stark sectarian divides.
Iraqi-American poet Dunya Mikhail talks about her experiences writing provocative poetry in two different countries.
Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki may not be as bad as Saddam Hussein, but he’s only slightly less worse.
Veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are holding the U.S. government accountable for innocent victims on all sides of the fighting.
Vladimir Putin has a point: the United States seems to have discovered international law only recently.
Donald Rumsfeld was less afraid of what intelligence revealed than what it didn’t ― that is, almost everything.