Regions / Middle East & North Africa
The U.S., as the aggressor power and currently the occupying power, must abide by the requirements of international law and pay for the reconstruction of Iraq.
Vice President Dick Cheney's office continues to grow as a homebase for prominent neoconservative foreign policy strategists.
The new Security Council resolution does nothing to change the fundamental problems of the U.S. occupation of Iraq.
The drive for money for the Iraqi occupation is now the only game in town.
Neither Afghanistan nor Iraq is "under control," particularly when it comes to monetary costs.
Information emerging from the intelligence community indicates that the Iraq Survey Team looking for Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction (WMD) in Iraq is coming up empty.
As the Washington, DC area recovers from effects of Hurricane Isabel, President George W. Bush keeps trying to divert the potential "perfect storm" forming from the combination of the constant stream of bad news coming out of the Middle East and growing d
It is a measure of how stark the impinging reality is that Washington even considered returning to the UN for yet another new and stronger resolution.
While widespread ransacking was happening in Iraq after Baghdad fell, the U.S. moved swiftly to secure the country's oil facilities.
An ad hoc office under U.S. Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith appears to have acted as the key base for an informal network of mostly neoconservative political appointees that circumvented normal interagency channels to lead the push for