Do Iraq and Afghanistan veterans think the wars were worth fighting?
Iraq and Afghanistan veterans are more likely than other Americans to say the wars were worth the costs, even as the newest generation of soldiers divides sharply along familiar partisan lines. The new data come from an extensive survey of Iraq and ...
What Iraq and Afghanistan Vets Think of Obama
Iraq-Afghanistan Veterans Give Obama Poor Grades
Poll: Iraq And Afghan War Vets Overwhelmingly Prefer George W. Bush Over ...
March Was First Month Without US Fatalities in Iraq or Afghanistan In 11 Years
There were no American troop casualties in Afghanistan or Iraq in March, for the first time since February 2003, ending 133 straight months when at least one U.S. service member was killed. U.S. deaths in Iraq peaked in November 2004, and in ...
Zero U.S. Troops Died In Combat In March, The First Time In More Than A Decade
Editorial: Celebrate March — Fatality-free month for US troops is worthy of ...
A sobering milestone: No US troops killed in combat during the month of March
Terrorism: The legacy of US war in Iraq
Orwell's words could not be truer than in Iraq today where the conscious intent to deceive continues to be the US policy, 11 years after its illegal "shock and awe" invasion. Assisted by a sectarian corrupt regime, the US-led occupation "democratised ...
Iraq and Afghan vets are conservative. But, they're not all Republicans.
Washington Post (blog)
Just over a quarter of the 2.6 million military members who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan since 2001 identify as Republicans, outnumbering by 10 percentage points those who identify as Democrats. That compares with the general public's 6 to 11 ...
Parliamentary election campaign starts in Iraq
BAGHDAD — Campaigning officially kicked off Tuesday for Iraq's first parliamentary elections since the withdrawal of U.S. forces from the country more than two years ago, with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki seeking a new term at a time of escalating ...
Campaigns start for Iraq parliamentary elections
Iraq general election campaign begins
The False Iraq-Crimea Analogy
Defending America's commitment to sovereignty and international law vis-à-vis Iraq isn't difficult at all, if one chooses to examine the facts, as opposed to the American left's historical revisionism. To begin with, President Bush asked for and ...
10 ways the Ukraine crisis may change the world
Obama's Speech On Ukraine: Vocal Juggler At Work – OpEd
Study Finds Over One Million Caring for Iraq, Afghan War Veterans
Wall Street Journal
"I still don't do it," said Tim, a 29-year-old former Army sergeant who suffered a traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder from a grenade attack during a firefight in Mosul, Iraq, in 2005. "One time I left the oven on for three days ...
More support for caregivers to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans urged
More Than A Million Americans Provide Care For Disabled Vets Returning ...
New study calls for more support for Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans
Attacks kill 16 people in Iraq
BAGHDAD – A series of attacks in Iraq, including a shooting at a security checkpoint and a suicide car bomb, killed 16 people and destroyed a bridge on Sunday, said officials. Police officials said the deadliest attack took place when attackers sprayed ...
In Civilian Snapshot Of Iraq, An Artist Is A 'Corpse Washer'
In his latest novel, Iraqi author Sinan Antoon gives readers a stark portrait of contemporary Iraq. Originally written in Arabic and translated into English by Antoon himself, The Corpse Washer was nominated for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize ...
America's veterans try to find purpose in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars
The Washington Post and Kaiser Family Foundation conducted a nationwide poll of veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, revealing the profound and enduring effects of these conflicts on the 2.6 million who have served. Explore what we found.