New York Times
Deadly Blasts Stoke Fears of Sectarian Strife in Iraq
New York Times
... on Wednesday, killing at least 65 people and wounding far more, officials said. It was the latest in a series of terrorist attacks that have raised new fears that Iraq is returning to the bloody sectarian violence that nearly tore the country apart ...
Death toll reaches 80 in Iraq bombings
Where Iraq's Maliki pins the blame for Baghdad bombings
Attacks Kill at Least 65 in Iraq, Many More Hurt
MPs and Syria: in the shadow of Iraq
"I may not have succeeded in halting the war, but I did secure the right of parliament to decide on war." The words are inscribed on the Edinburgh gravestone of the late Robin Cook, the most senior minister to resign over the war against Iraq in 2003 ...
6 Ways Syria 2013 Isn't Iraq 2003
Echoes of the Iraq war are eerie but misleading
Ten years on, the shadow of the Iraq War looms large over all the party leaders
On Syria, a Drumbeat With Some Echoes of Iraq
New York Times
The days since the deadly chemical weapons attack last week in Syria carry an eerie echo of the tense days leading up to the American-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. Some veterans of that period are expressing qualms that this time, too, the war drums ...
Syria - not quite like the run-up to Iraq... but not that different either
Potent memories of Iraq as Syria strike nears
Remember bogus US excuses for Iraq war before attacking Syria – China's Xinhua
Dick Cheney Won't Apologize For Iraq War, 'America vs. Iraq' Documentary ...
Dick Cheney is not apologetic for his actions and that of the United States surrounding the Iraq War, according to a documentarian who interviewed the former Vice President for his latest feature. Paul Mitchell is the director of "America vs. Iraq," a ...
Exclusive: Chilcot report into Iraq conflict will not be released until 2014 ...
The Iraq Inquiry, given the task of finding the “lessons that can be learned” from the military action Tony Blair ordered against Saddam Hussein, will not publish its long-awaited report until next year. With David Cameron now preparing military action ...
Striking Syria: Memories of Iraq spark reader skepticism
Los Angeles Times
Even the president of France -- yes, that France, whose forceful opposition to the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq prompted congressional action on "freedom fries" -- declared that he was "ready to punish" the perpetrators of the chemical attack. But ...
New York Magazine
US Gave Iraq Intel, Ignored Chemical Attacks In 1980s, Report Says
The United States provided Iraq with intelligence on preparations for an Iranian offensive during the Iran-Iraq war even though it knew Baghdad would respond with chemical weapons, Foreign Policy magazine reported Monday. Citing declassified CIA ...
CIA Files Show U.S. Played Role in Iraq's Chemical Attacks on Iran
What Complicity in Iraq's Chemical-Weapons Use Says About America
US Role in Chemical Attacks During the Iran-Iraq War
Obama: Syria won't be Iraq
In responding to Syria, Obama suggested he's conidering taking "limited, tailored approaches, not getting drawn into a long conflict, not a repetition of, you know, Iraq, which I know a lot of people are worried about." (PHOTOS: Scenes from Syria ...
War frames: prisoners depict their experiences in Iraq at the Venice Biennale
A less publicised aspect of Deller's exploration of social injustice is a room of drawings in the exhibition by imprisoned ex-servicemen that examines the Iraq war. The pictures by inmates of Shotts, Everthorpe and Parc prisons include portraits of ...
BP set to sign deal to revive Iraq's Kirkuk oilfield
L) expects to sign an initial deal in early September to revive Iraq's northern Kirkuk oilfield, an industry source said, a move that could affect regional politics because the field straddles the border with the autonomous Kurdish region. A deal at ...