Iraq starts operation to rid Ramadi of Islamic State
The U.S.-led coalition in Iraq confirmed Tuesday that Iraqi security forces are engaged in an operation to retake Ramadi. The coalition is providing air support as requested by Iraq's government, according to the joint task force commanding coalition ...
Fighting, airstrikes reported near Ramadi as Iraq launches operation to retake ...
Iraqi forces launch operation to drive ISIS from Anbar, Salaheddin
Iraq Announces Operation to Drive Islamic State Out of Anbar Province
Jeb Bush Re-Writes the History of the Iraq War
Jeb and Co. claim that everything was fine in Iraq until Obama failed to keep George W.'s ill-conceived war of aggression running on full throttle. They pretend the 2007 "surge" in Iraq of about 10,000 American soldiers had all but "won" the war and ...
Bob Woodward: Wrong, Bush Did Not Lie Us Into Iraq
Iraq war casts long shadow over US and UK politics
59 Percent Of Early State Republicans Say Invading Iraq Was Right
Gen. Dempsey's first fight in Iraq shapes his approach to Islamic State
In the summer of 2014, President Obama and his senior aides were scrambling to respond to the lightning advance of Islamic State fighters across Iraq and the collapse of local forces in the face of the onslaught. Gen. Martin Dempsey, Obama's top ...
Ramadi Under ISIS: Iraq Launches Military Campaign to Retake Anbar
Iraq has launched a military campaign to drive ISIS militants out of Anbar province, senior security officials said Tuesday. It follows the seizure of the provincial capital, Ramadi, by the Islamist terror group earlier this month. At least 500 people ...
MENA Mashup: Conspiracies, Daesh, Iraq, and Syria
New ISIS Atrocities In Syria And Iraq Reported, But 81% Of Arabs Say They ...
Iraq, Syria armies prepare counterattacks against ISIS amid massacre reports
Jon Stewart is running a program that helps veterans land jobs in TV
“I believe that you helped the administration take us to the most devastating mistake that we've made in, like, 100 years,” Stewart told Judith Miller, a New York Times reporter who published a series of “exclusives” about weapons of mass destruction ...
Jon Stewart, Iraq War Critic, Runs a Program That Helps Veterans Enter TV
Jon Stewart helps Iraq War veterans find jobs in TV
Guess which liberal Hollywood star, Iraq war critic quietly helps veterans get ...
Iraq About to Flood Oil Market in New Front of OPEC Price War
(Bloomberg) -- Iraq is taking OPEC's strategy to defend its share of the global oil market to a new level. The nation plans to boost crude exports by about 26 percent to a record 3.75 million barrels a day next month, according to shipping programs ...
Iraq ready to open new front in OPEC's war on US shale
Iraq About to Flood Oil Market in New Front of OPEC Price War: If shipping ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
To destroy ISIS in Iraq, start with the desired end state …
Foreign Policy (blog)
In the case of Iraq, this realistic U.S. end state should focus on stability. It would entail an Iraq which is mostly free from Islamic extremists, is not a puppet of Iran, and is an adequate U.S. partner with some marginally acceptable form of ...
Voice of America
Iraq Risks Sinking Into Sectarian War, Analysts Say
Voice of America
WASHINGTON—. With the fall of Ramadi to the Sunni-led Islamic State extremists and Iraqi Shi'ite militias gearing up to fight them, the fear in Washington, and in the region, is that Iraq once again will sink into all-out sectarian war. Bill Roggio of ...
Pentagon slams 'unhelpful' code name for Iraq offensive, cite locals' 'lack of ...
Shiite Milita's Name for Ramadi Counter-Offensive Splits Iraq Force
Iraq Regroups for Ramadi Fight as Carter Criticism Reverberates
International Hotspot: Fighting ISIS in Iraq
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Iraq Launches Operation to Recapture Anbar
East Valley Tribune
Should ISIS' gains lead to more US troops in Iraq?
The territorial gains of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in the Middle East over the past week have prompted a fresh look at what the U.S. can do to stop the militant group. But lawmakers are still divided about whether a military or ...
McCain blasts Obama for 'historic' mistake in Iraq
Iraq: Losing Our Trillion Dollar War
U.S. Strategy in Iraq: More of the Same, and 'Hope'