Regions / Iraq
Without international diplomacy, the Middle East is going to run out of water — and it won't be alone.
Glorifying serial killer-type behavior most service members would find appalling is a strange way to honor them.
The group's caliphate may be crumbled, but the political conditions that gave rise to it haven't improved at all.
Sixteen years after the Iraq War, the Army's official history of the war reads like a string of empty platitudes.
The forever war in the Middle East is far from over.
Kissinger once said guerrillas won by not losing. Facing a loss themselves, the military adopted the same strategy.
The “straight talk” people praise McCain for is actually what most of them can’t stand about politicians: They say noble words but cast ignoble votes.
Russia had a program to return Russian women and children from Iraq and Syria. What happened to it?
U.S. involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan is part of a long-term strategy to gain regional influence and access to resources.
With Iraq's political future up in the air, protesters are hitting the streets over water shortages and electricity outages.