Regions / Iraq
Did an FPIF columnist convince Barack Obama to oppose the Iraq war?
Although the prospects for an independent state in Syrian Kurdistan remain dim, unprecedented Kurdish autonomy will likely result from the conflict
The treasures of Syria's history are under attack from the military, rebels, and looters.
As usual, Al Qaeda makes a mockery of Islam.
Returning from war without psychological trauma is not necessarily good for veterans.
Silence on the part of veterans is often a symptom of "moral injury."
Attacks from Iraq's Sunni militant groups are unlikely to provoke Shia reprisals. But what the violence can do is increase the chances that Iraqis will lose complete faith in their political leaders.
This article discusses the latest developments in the tension between Washington and Tehran over Iran's nuclear program as the Baghdad talks approach quickly.
Nine years after being killed by U.S. troops in Iraq, the memory of Jose Couso continues to be defamed.
A long-time foreign service officer describes the farces and frustrations of the Iraq occupation.