The New Yorker
ISIS and the Curse of the Iraq War
The New Yorker
I've been reading up recently on the ancient history of Iraq and Syria, a region that is often referred to, not for nothing, as the cradle of civilization. Here is where rapid population growth, urbanization, the specialization of labor, manufacturing ...
US, allies conduct 20 air strikes in Syria, Iraq: military
Fight to save Iraq, via Syria
Turkey Will 'Very Soon' Begin Bombing ISIS in Iraq, Syria: Pentagon
Iraq minister outlines problems behind electricity woes
Baghdad (AFP) - Iraq's electricity minister outlined to parliament Saturday a slew of problems that have contributed to abysmal power services, which have sparked widespread public anger and protests.
Iraq 'to open Baghdad Green Zone'
Iraq's top Shia cleric voices support for protests
Facing heat, Iraq's electricity minister passes parliament quizzing
IS cracks down on western Iraqi town after rare protest
In this Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015 photo, Iraqi security forces, backed by Sunni and Shiite volunteers take combat positions during clash with Islamic State group militants at the front line in Anbar province, Iraq. (AP Photo) ...
Roadside bomb kills 5 border officers in western Iraq
24 killed in Iraq fighting
Iraq: Islamic State detains at least 70 people protesting execution of a local ...
Yahoo News UK
Scott Walker: More Iraq combat, but no more boots on ground, yet
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker is calling for U.S. forces in Iraq to engage in direct combat to defeat "radical Islamic terrorists" in the Middle East. Yet even as the Wisconsin governor predicts a "generational ...
Walker: More Iraq combat, but no more boots on ground, yet
Kurdish forces free seven villages in Iraq: officials
Elsewhere in Iraq, the situation remains more static, a spokesman for the US military's Central Command (Centcom) said. In Ramadi, capital of the key battleground province of Anbar, Iraqi forces continue to try and isolate the city, which fell into IS ...
Kurdish forces free seven villages in Iraq
Kurdish forces free 7 villages in Iraq from ISIS
Seven villages in northern Iraq recaptured by Kurdish forces
Iraq Progresses in ISIL Fight, Key Extremist Confirmed Dead
Department of Defense
Progress continues across the battlespace in Iraq's fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant extremists, the U.S. Central Command spokesman said today, noting that ISIL is prioritizing resources as they continue to lose fighters and ...
Iraq War inquiry: Stop giving ex-ministers and officials free legal advice ...
Sir John Chilcot, Chairman of the Iraq Inquiry. Sir John (above) has repeatedly said he would set a timetable for publication when the Maxwellisation process is completed. Mr Davis said the legal support should be cut off to focus minds and allow the ...
Calls to end 'ridiculous' taxpayer-funded advice for those criticised in Iraq ...
Tory MP calls for legal support curb in Iraq war inquiry
MP calls for limit on taxpayers' cash to finance Iraq inquiry
The Iran nuclear deal is President Obama's Iraq troop surge
The international system over which the United States still presides rests on the ability of the American president to act unilaterally even on unpopular decisions if a vital national interest is at stake. Bush, facing the collapse of his Iraq policy ...
Reuters Blogs (blog)
Why $40 oil is killing Iraq, Venezuela and others, but not Russia
Reuters Blogs (blog)
The turmoil is felt by countries throughout the Middle East — by those desperately reliant on oil revenue (Iraq, Syria and Libya) and those with vast riches (Saudi Arabia). And yet the Russian Federation, and Scotland buck this trend. Their leaders ...
Former Home Secretary Charles Clarke: 'Cynical ploy' on Iraq by Corbyn
FORMER Home Secretary Charles Clarke has accused Jeremy Corbyn of using the Iraq war as a cynical ploy to win votes. By Caroline Wheeler, Political Editor. PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 00:01, Sun, Aug 30, 2015. Former Home Secretary Charles Clarke ...