With no troops on the ground to project force and little money to throw around, the United States has become an increasingly powerless stakeholder in the new Iraq.
Several commentators have been observing the 10th anniversary of the Iraq War, but really the U.S. government’s war on Iraq began over 22 years ago.
Ten years ago this week, Americans woke up to learn that the United States had invaded Iraq.
Cost-Cutting to See 10,000 Withdraw This Year
Here is an excerpt from dying Irag War veteran Tomas Young to the war criminals Bush and Cheney.
Iraq war criminals still at large
I’m not exactly a cheerleader for the intelligence community, but I’m a bit confused by the assertion that Iraq was an intelligence failure.
Ever More Shocked, Never Yet Awed
Ten years ago this week, Americans were about to be introduced to a strange new concept: "catastrophic success."
At least 18 Iraqis were killed and 37 more were killed in attacks focused mostly near Baghdad.
In a few days, we will have a new anniversary to celebrate, or to mourn. The bombing of Baghdad ten years ago this week marked the beginning of another senseless American war fought for reasons that turned out not to exist, driven by wrongheaded, coc
The Bush administration’s primary justification for launching the Iraq War is thought, probably correctly, to be an alleged WMD program that did not exist.
Ten years ago, the U.S. invasion of Iraq was only hours away, but the case for this unprovoked war was already falling apart with exposure of hyperbole, half-truths and even a forgery. On March 18, 2003, a group of U.S. intelligence veterans pleaded
Ten years ago this week, the U.S. invaded Iraq, citing intelligence that turned out to be bogus.
The evil unleashed on the people of Iraq has been painstakingly obscured behind a tapestry of lies.
The evil unleashed on the people of Iraq has been painstakingly obscured behind a tapestry of lies
This month marks the 10th anniversary of the Iraq War.
This March 19 marks the 10th anniversary of the start of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
The current price tag is already at $2 trillion
Ten years ago, as the clock was ticking down to George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq, a campaign of U.S. government lies and exaggerations had convinced many Americans that they were the ones under threat.
George Bush sold the war as quick and cheap; it was long and costly. Even now, the US is paying billions to private contractors
Friday: 31 Killed, 22 Wounded
The legacy of all the money the U.S. wasted in Iraq might be summed up with a single quote. “$55 billion could have brought great change in Iraq,” Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki recently told the U.S.’s Iraq auditor
At least 48 Syrian soldiers and eight Iraqis died on Monday when they were ambushed inside Iraq, The Associated Press reports.
Dozens of Syrian soldiers who crossed into Iraq for refuge were ambushed with bombs, gunfire and rocket-propelled grenades in an attack that killed 48 of them and heightened concerns that the country could be drawn into Syria’s civil war.
As the tenth anniversary of the Iraq War approaches, it’s worth recalling one moment when the curtain was prematurely lifted on the lies justifying the invasion – and how quickly government officials and the complicit mainstream press pulled it back
Insurgents targeted several checkpoints across the country. At least 26 were killed and 37 more were wounded, most of them security personnel, in those and other attacks.
Iranian State TV on Saturday showed an unveiling ceremony for what the Iran Defense Ministry claims is a new Iranian designed and built combat aircraft.