New York Times (blog)
Obama's Iraq exit a risky strategy
Like President George W. Bush before him, President Barack Obama is rolling the dice on Iraq. Bush gambled in 2007 that a big troop surge could turn around what then appeared to be almost certain defeat in the war. Now Obama is wagering that he can ...
Proponent of Iraq Invasion Discusses the U.S. Withdrawal
Goldberg: American imperialism? Please
Obama's pyrrhic Iraq victory
Joe Lieberman: Reopen talks to keep US force in Iraq
No one doubts that the road ahead for Iraq, under even the most optimistic scenario, will continue to be challenging. There is a world of difference, however, between a future in which Iraq's inspiring but fragile democracy perseveres, ...
Iraq war costs may mark shift in US approach
Costly Iraq war may mark shift in US approach
Welcome to the Shadow War - by Michael Knights
Lupica: Condoleezza Rice offers own Iraq spin
New York Daily News
Now here comes Condoleezza Rice, the latest from the Bush White House trying to rewrite history on Iraq, make it out to be some kind of triumph for all of them, make herself a hero of a war that cost this country so many young lives and so much money ...
Condoleezza Rice's memoir reveals clashes over Iraq
Condi's Dangerous Years
Rice: I Was Ignored on Iraq
US training of Iraq cops slammed by watchdog
Iraqi police officers stand guard at a checkpoint in central Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim) BAGHDAD - A US State Department program to train Iraqi police lacks focus, could become a "bottomless pit" of American money and ...
Iraq police training programme a 'bottomless pit' that threatens to swallow ...
Iraqi speaker warns of meddling after US pullout
Inspector General: U.S. cash being wasted in Iraq
Clashes With Kurdish Rebels Push Turkey Back Toward Conflict
New York Times
CIZRE, Turkey — Thousands of people filled the streets of this dusty town near the borders with Syria and Iraq on Sunday to mourn the death of a local heroine, a commander in a mountaintop training camp for Kurdish ...
Turkish troops cross into Iraq, head for Kurd rebel bases
US Withdrawal From Iraq: Good for America, or Good for Iran?
Turkish tanks move on N.Iraq, near PKK camp -sources
The Fiscal Times
Bachmann: Iraq should repay US
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Michele Bachmann said Iraq should pay back the United States for a war that cost $800 billion and left nearly 5000 US dead. "I believe that Iraq should reimburse the US fully for the amount of money we've spent to liberate these people," the GOP ...
Michele Bachmann would keep US troops in Iraq beyond 2011
Clinton Talks Iraq, Libya; Sen. Graham Challenges GOP Candidates; Bachmann ...
Bachmann: Iraq Must 'Reimburse' for War
'Who lost Iraq' is the wrong question
Editor's note: Christopher Hill, dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, served as US ambassador to Iraq from 2009-10. Denver (CNN) -- In 1949, the communist takeover of ...
Hidden blessings for US in Iraq pullout
Is Obama Losing Iraq?
Why the U.S. couldnâ€™t stay in Iraq
New York Times
TV Struggles to Bring War Zones to Americans
New York Times
"Bomb Patrol: Afghanistan" is the latest small screen offering to tackle the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. By BRIAN STELTER Hollywood has brought the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq home for American filmgoers in sometimes stunning, painful detail in ...
Views On The Iraq Withdrawal: From About Time To 'Absolute Disaster'
President Obama's announcement that all US troops will withdraw from Iraq by the end of the year has prompted significant debate over the prudence of the policy. From the the politics of the decision, to possible threats of sectarian violence and the ...
Iraq pullout could mean more non-competitive defense contracting
Out go all the US troops by year's end, President Obama said Friday about Iraq. And in go the contractors, along with some familiar contracting problems, say other government officials and independent experts. As the United States pulls out its ...