Premier's Actions in Iraq Raise US Concerns
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki has moved swiftly to consolidate power in advance of the American military withdrawal, offering a glimpse of how Iraq's post-American identity may take shape ...
Obama, Maliki Hail 'New Chapter' for Iraq Without US Troops
Obama: US closing chapter, not door, on Iraq
US, Iraq Find Gaps in Relationship
Iraq Can Lead the Arab World If It Gets Oil-Production Policy Right: View
By the Editors Tue Dec 13 00:00:34 GMT 2011 Comments US President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki had many important issues to discuss yesterday in Washington: the impending withdrawal of the last US troops from Iraq, ...
Iraq Can Lead the Arab World If It Gets Oil Policy Right: View
Debt and graft slow Iraq on path to progress
Oil power struggle as US leaves
NATO to stop training Iraq army when US troops leave
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO will end its seven-year troop training mission in Iraq at the end of December, the alliance said Monday, a move that will coincide with the withdrawal of US troops from the country. ...
NATO to End Iraq Training Mission This Month After Talks Fail
NATO will end Iraq training mission this year due to differences over legal ...
NATO to end training mission in Iraq
Blackwater Renames Itself, And Wants to Go Back to Iraq
25, 2007 file photo, an Iraqi traffic policeman inspects a car destroyed by a Blackwater security detail in al-Nisoor Square in Baghdad, Iraq. (Khalid Mohammed/AP Photo) The private security firm once known as Blackwater, which was forced out of Iraq ...
US in Iraq: Soldiers out; Blackwater in?
Once called Blackwater, firm changes name again
Blackwater 3.0: Rebranded 'Academi' Wants Back in Iraq
Iraq War vet guilty in child porn case
Joshua Price, 27, was an infantryman who saw "direct combat" in the Iraq War and returned home with post-traumatic stress disorder, his attorney, Eric Mitchell, told a Will County judge. In March, the Joliet Junior College student left behind a flash ...
Los Angeles Times
Obama welcomes era of 'equal partnership' with Iraq
Los Angeles Times
(Carolyn Kaster, Associated Press / December 13, 2011) By Christi Parsons, Los Angeles Times With the last US troops set to depart Iraq, President Obama on Monday welcomed a new phase of "equal partnership" with the Iraqi government, even as both sides ...
Iraq war widened gulf between military, US society
WASHINGTON - The Iraq war has exposed a growing gap between the small fraction of the American population that fights for the flag and the rest of society that has been virtually untouched by the conflict. Despite the flying of the Stars and Stripes ...
Hopes and prayers for Iraq
War in Iraq Almost Over; Cost $1 Trillion
Fars News Agency
White House talks on Iraq's Camp Ashraf draw protesters
Masked demonstrators rally Monday outside the White House to protest plans to close a refugee camp in Iraq. Washington (CNN) -- Several prominent Americans joined Iranian opposition activists Monday in a noisy demonstration outside the White House, ...
Bay Area Iranian-Americans fear forced closure of Iraq's Camp Ashraf will lead ...
The noose tightens around Iranian refugees at Camp Ashraf
UN-Iraq calls on Europe to take Iranian camp members
Exit war with Iraq, enter war with Iran?
5 news article “Marines to seek old role after exiting Iraq, Afghanistan,” a Marine is quoted as asking Marine Corps Commandant James F. Amos, “Who do you want us to fight next, sir?” I hope the answer was, “No one.” Barbara Pearson, Silver Spring.
Obama appeals to Iran to return downed US spy drone
Obama demands Tehran return US drone downed in Iran
OBAMA: “WE ASKED” IRAN TO GIVE BACK DOWNED DRONE