Iraq: It's not about us
Editor's note: Will Marshall is the president of the Progressive Policy Institute. The views expressed are his own. The debate over how to keep Iraq from falling apart reveals a peculiarly American kind of self-centeredness. When things blow up abroad ...
Iraq: 1200 Years of Turbulent History in Five Maps
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Chechen fighter emerges as face of Iraq militant group
US troops won't fight in Iraq battles, Hagel says
Insurgents in Iraq appear to be stretched, having difficulty with supplies and consolidating gains they have made, Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told reporters Thursday. Meanwhile, Iraq's security forces have been ...
Pentagon leaders: Iraq probably needs outside help to retake seized territory
US Puts Little Hope in Iraq Being Able to Push ISIS Back
US Military Sees Iraq Incapable of Uprooting Islamic Militants
Obama's Blueprint for Fighting Terrorism Collides With Reality in Iraq
New York Times
The seizing of large parts of Iraq by Sunni militants — an offensive hastened by the collapse of the American-trained Iraqi Army — stunned the White House and has laid bare the limitations of a policy that depends on the cooperation of often balky ...
The war for Iraq
The US Is Flying Right Into The Iran-Russia-Syria Plan In Iraq
ISIS poses threat beyond Iraq: Column
As violence spreads in Iraq, a new challenge to Maliki emerges from the Shiite ...
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is trying to prevent the breakup of Iraq in the face of an offensive by the heavily armed insurgents, who have already declared an Islamic state stretching across Iraqi and Syrian territory. But the threats to Iraq's ...
Iraq clashes between rival Shia factions leave at least 14 dead
Joint Chiefs chairman won't rule out more US military involvement in Iraq
Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) -- The chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, left the door open Thursday to stepped-up U.S. military involvement in Iraq if ISIS militants pose a threat to the United States. In response to a question ...
Iraq's Kurds push for independence referendum
Kurdish Leader Sets Path to Independence Vote
Why we stuck with Maliki — and lost Iraq
New York Times
Weekend Gas Prices Drop, but Iraq Crisis Is a Threat
New York Times
HOUSTON — Gasoline prices are drifting lower just in time for the Fourth of July weekend, although they remain at the highest levels for this time of year since 2008 mainly because of the crisis in Iraq. Drivers on Thursday were paying on average $3 ...
Crude oil futures slip as Iraq risks recede
Report: Saudi troops deployed to Iraq border
Saudi Arabia has sent 30,000 soldiers to its border with Iraq after Iraqi soldiers withdrew from the area, Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television says. The country aims to guard its 800km border with Iraq, where Islamic State fighters and other Sunni Muslim ...
Saudi Arabia deploys 30000 soldiers to border with Iraq - al-Arabiya TV
Saudi Arabia Sends 30000 Troops to Iraq Border: State-Owned TV
Saudi Arabia bolsters border as Iraq breaks apart
Obama Says No Combat Troops Being Sent To Iraq While Simultaneously ...
Remember, ending the occupation of Iraq was one of Obama's main talking points as he ran for the presidency, rightfully pointing out the disaster that the war had become and the lies that got it started in the first place. Now the President is sending ...
Ron Johnson talks about blame in Iraq, calls IRS actions a crime
House lawmakers want to approve any...
Obama doctrine is on the line as Iraq spirals into chaos
Most disapprove of Iraq handling
U.S. voters still blame former President George W. Bush more than Obama for the deteriorating situation in Iraq, where militants from the Islamic State of Syria and the Levant have swept across much of the northern and central part of the country ...
Poll: Obama gets thumbs up and thumbs down on Iraq
George W. Bush more responsible for Iraq violence than Obama: Poll
Obama gets mixed reviews on Iraq crisis
Indian Nurses in Iraq Forced to Move by ISIS Militants: 10 Latest Developments
New Delhi: 46 Indian nurses stranded in Tikrit in war-torn Iraq have been shifted to another location and are in the captivity of a Sunni militant group called the ISIS, government sources have said. The government has emphasised that they are "safe ...
Stranded Indian Nurses in Iraq Move to New Area
Indian nurses in Iraq safe, 'forcibly' moved to another location: Govt
Dozens of Nurses Seized From Hospital in Tikrit, Iraq, India Says