The Iraq Timetable
New York Times
You are missing the point when you single out the increase in violence in Iraq as a reason for some United States troops to stay there, if asked (“Drawdown in Iraq,” editorial, July 14). The precise reason Shiite groups are ramping up attacks on United ...
Iraq likely to miss deadline on U.S. troop decision, officials say
Opinion: Rubin: US doing too little to help Iraqis who aided troops
Iraqis waiting on U.S. promises
Iran steps up assault on terror
Asia Times Online
Iran, after all, had been identified as part of the "axis of evil, and Iraq, one of the "axis" powers, had been invaded and defeated. The third member of the "club" was North Korea. Iran thwarted the neo-conservative ambitions by directing Shi'ite ...
Iran Revolutionary Guard Invades Iraq
Kurdish nationalism rises with Arab unrest, Sudan split
Iranian Shelling Of Border Villages Inside Iraq Continues
Iraq harnesses technology to protect ancient treasures
(CNN) -- Known to many as the "cradle of civilization," Iraq is a treasure trove of important archaeological sites including Babylon, Ur and Nimrud. Yet hostile circumstances on the ground have left the country's antique ...
No Longer 'Wine And Roses' For Defense Spending
The size of the Marine Corps could be reduced with the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, as the Pentagon focuses its resources on other types of threats, like cyberattacks. The size of the Marine Corps could be reduced with ...
Wars not only reason for rise in defense spending
Hollow Growth in Defense Spending
Iraq's economy needs more than yuan to rebuild
Iraq has oil and needs money. So the principal question about this week's visit to Beijing and Shanghai by several Iraqi ministers, led by the prime minister, Nouri al Maliki, is what took them so long? China has been wooing Iraq for some time. ...
Analysis: Legal safeguards for US troops key to an Iraq deal
Two Analysts don't expect al-Iraqiya's withdrawal from the political process
Iraq's Never-Ending Process of Forming a Government
Respiratory disease found in troops returning from Iraq
The State Column
A rare respiratory disease has been discovered in US troops returning from Iraq, raising concerns that the war in Iraq may have long-term consequences for the respiratory health of soldiers. Reporting in the July 21 New England Journal of Medicine, ...
Lung disease found in soldiers returning from Afghanistan and Iraq; most ...
Breathing Problems Strike Soldiers Returning From Iraq
Toxic Air Causes Long-Term Damage for Deployed Troops
Deputy loses both legs in crash of cruiser
Niagara County Sheriff Deputy Allen Gerhardt, a decorated veteran who flew combat missions in Iraq, lost both of his legs when his cruiser crashed into a guardrail Monday night in Ransomville. Gerhardt, 36, of Newfane, was listed in ...
U.S. Army Chief of Staff Nominee Warns Against Troop Reductions
Odierno, the top US commander in Iraq until last year, is the commander of US Joint Forces Command, which crafts doctrine and joint-service training for the military. He would succeed General Martin Dempsey, who was tapped by Obama to succeed Navy ...
Next Army Chief Isn't So Cool With A Smaller Force
Pentagon nominees talk about future threats and funding cuts
Odierno testifies at SASC hearing for CSA nomination
Iraq Army recruits women to inspect women at checkpoints
Officials said the Iraq Army and police were recruiting young women for field missions. They said many of the recruits, in a program overseen by the US military, have been stationed at checkpoints and inspect female pedestrians for explosives. ...
Al-Qaida-linked group claims recent attacks in northern Iraq that killed 40 people
Al-Qaeda claims Iraq suicide attacks
Al-Qaeda claim Iraq suicide attacks