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  • Chan Lowe: The End of the Iraq War

    Chan Lowe: The End of the Iraq War
    It’s telling that several years ago, I drew a cartoon using the same trope of Nouri al-Maliki-as-hand-puppet, but back then the puppet-master was Uncle Sam. Maliki, at the end of Sam’s arm, had just poked him in the eye—it was about...
  • Was the end of the Iraq war the top story of 2011?

    Yes It is perhaps the most recent piece of "big" news of the year. And its importance overshadows all other events of 2011 — at least for Americans. When the U.S. military quietly pulled out of Iraq on Dec. 15 officials ended nearly nine years of...
  • At Least 60 Killed in Iraq Bombings

    At Least 60 Killed in Iraq Bombings
    Baghdad -- Attackers killed at least 60 people in Iraq on Thursday in strikes that targeted Shiites and renewed fears of sectarian violence, authorities said. The deadliest attack was a suicide bombing targeting Shiite pilgrims just west of the...
  • Obama and foreign policy: It shouldn't be personal

    Obama and foreign policy: It shouldn't be personal
    When President Obama looks into the eyes of foreign leaders in the months ahead, he should search out their interests, not the depths of their souls. President Bush found himself basing foreign policy too much on personal relationships rather than on the...
  • Vietnam's real lessons

    FINDING IN THE DEBACLE of the Vietnam War a rationale for sustaining the U.S. military presence in Iraq requires considerable imagination. If nothing else, President Bush's speech to the Veterans of Foreign Wars earlier this week revealed a hitherto...
  • Wars within wars in Iraq

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ Despite what you may have heard, there is no "war" in Iraq. Rather, there are many wars raging through the Shiite, Kurdish and Sunni territories. These wars are complicated and deep-seated, with roots that,...
  • The king of anti-kidnapping

    Colombia has its human rights problems, but in one respect it's a poster child for law-enforcement progress. Once the kidnapping capital of the world, Colombia claims to have slashed its snatching-for-profit business by 88% since President Alvaro Uribe...
  • The misleading Vietnam analogy

    With rhetoric that would stir any patriot but logic that should persuade few, President Bush on Wednesday waded into the historical quagmire of the Vietnam War. Then, as now, Bush said, "people argued the real problem was America's presence and that if we...
  • Obama and the Iraq we leave behind

    Obama and the Iraq we leave behind
    President Obama's surprise layover in Baghdad on his way home from Europe and Turkey serves as a gloomy reminder that the war he opposed and then inherited isn't over yet. While the president has sought to shift focus to Afghanistan, Iraq has seen a spike...
  • A fistful of dinars

    ISTANBUL—The U.S. government isn't the only one worried about the growing influence of Iran in Iraq. Baghdad's neighbors are fretting, too—and so are some moderate Shiites in Iraq. They fear Iran's help is a mixed blessing, of a type that will keep Iraq...
  • Fencing with Tehran

    The Iranians are riding high these days. While the United States is hemorrhaging $5 billion a month in Iraq trying to stabilize Iran's flattened former enemy, Tehran is hauling in $5 billion a month in oil revenues. Iran is making life miserable for the...
  • Don't dump Maliki

    What does sovereignty mean? In the case of Iraq, Washington can't seem to decide. On June 28, 2004, the United States ceremoniously ended its occupation of Iraq by transferring sovereignty to its hand-picked interim prime minister, Iyad Allawi. Three...