New York Times
Maliki's Bid to Keep Power in Iraq Seems to Collapse
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki's defiant fight to retain power in Iraq appeared to collapse on Tuesday after his former backers in Iran, the military and his own party all signaled that he could no longer expect their support. He issued ...
US ready to help new Iraq leader, Iran welcomes choice
130 advisers heading to northern Iraq
Pentagon: Effectiveness of U.S. airstrikes in Iraq remains limited
Iraq Isn't Syria: Congress on Board This Time
Almost a week into the Obama administration's emergency action in northern Iraq, the campaign is attracting surprisingly broad bipartisan support. Republicans have issued several I-told-you-so statements and called for stronger action, and dovish ...
Tim Kaine wants congressional authorization of Iraq airstrikes
Sen. Kaine: Iraq action needs Congress's OK
The Contradictions in President Obama's Promises on Iraq
Report: US to Send 100 More Military Advisers Help Iraq's Yazidis
The United Nations estimates that as many as 30,000 Yazidis may still be trapped in northern Iraq, fleeing the advance of the aggressive and violent Islamic State. On Sunday, there were reports that as many as 500 Yazidis had been slaughtered by ...
US considers more military advisers for Iraq
Iraq's Yazidis Flee ISIS Militants
Fatal helicopter crash in Iraq injures New York Times journalist
Heeding the Wisdom of Iraq's First King
New York Times
LONDON — As the world watches Iraq's seemingly endless cycle of violence with horror, it's worth recalling that it wasn't always like this. Iraqis weren't always held hostage to megalomaniacal tyrants, strongmen or one-party rule. Nor were they led by ...
US Sends 130 More Troops to Iraq
Another 130 U.S. troops arrived in Iraq on Tuesday on what the Pentagon described as a temporary mission to assess the scope of the humanitarian crisis facing thousands of displaced Iraqi civilians trapped on Sinjar Mountain and evaluate options for ...
John Kerry insists any US moves in Iraq will not involve combat troops
More than 100 US advisers headed to Northern Iraq as airstrikes continue
Iraq: US sends more military advisers to Kurdistan
Americans Support Air Strikes In Iraq, But Strongly Oppose Sending In Troops
Demonstrators call for the end to Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorism during a Kurdish demonstration in front of the White House on August 9, 2014, in Washington, D.C. President Barack Obama warned Saturday that the U.S. offensive in Iraq ...
Iraq and the Risks of Inaction
Emboldened ISIS Barbarically Slaughtering Christians In Iraq as Obama Plays Golf
Why the West intervenes in Iraq but not Syria
Wall Street Journal
The US's Timid Third Iraq War
The conflicting signals were a sign of an Administration determined to do just enough to avert a humanitarian catastrophe without launching a third U.S.-Iraq war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and ...
Why Iran Fears Iraq's Kurds
Exploiting the ISIS Vulnerabilities in Iraq
Iraq Explained: What You Need to Know About the Current Crisis
Iraq conflict: What you need to know
The Obama administration has started arming Kurdish forces battling the Islamic State militant group, also referred to as ISIS or ISIL, in northern Iraq, officials said Monday. State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said, "ISIL has obtained some heavy ...
Obama Pushed for Regime Change in Iraq
Obama's doctrine: Inaction on Syria led to Iraq crisis
Obama's 'Drive-By' War in Iraq
UK troops must help the Kurds, says Iraq War hero Colonel Tim Collins
The Government is also sending up to eight heavily-armed Tornado fighter bombers to Iraq to carry out surveillance, and defence sources have indicated that Britain is prepared to join air strikes if the crisis descends into genocide. Mr Cameron, who ...
UK politicians 'terrified' of military intervention in Iraq – former general
UK warplanes over Iraq: But as Britain's drawn deeper into crisis, holidaying ...
On Iraq, the public's conscience stirs but MPs are impotent
Tony Abbott says Australia does not rule out military action in Iraq
Abbott spoke by telephone with David Cameron on the grave situation in Iraq earlier on Tuesday, when he also held meetings with the foreign secretary Philip Hammond, defence secretary Michael Fallon and Jon Day, chairman of the joint intelligence ...
Tony Abbott: Australian troops could return to Iraq
Abbott open to sending troops to Iraq to prevent genocide by Islamic State
Iraq crisis: Tony Abbott says Australia poised to join humanitarian effort; UN ...