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Another Score: Joe Biden and Ad Melkert Deliver on Iraq
Washington Editor at Large of The Atlantic and founder and sen...
Not only has the Obama/Biden administration delivered on DADT, a tax deal compromise, and most likely on New START, but also on Iraq. There's more to do -- but this is not bad for the tally card.
Iraqnophobia: The Political Tornado of American and Iranian Influence in Iraq's Parliament
Blogger, The Second Age
While combat operations may be coming to an end in Iraq, the political three-way chess match between Iraq, Iran and the United States may be just beginning.
Making Sense of Iraq's Political Deadlock
The prospects for a speedy resolution of Iraq's political deadlock do not look bright, particularly if we keep in mind the track record of similar political stalemates in the region.
A Bad Omen: The Iraqi Elections Impasse
Sultan Sooud Al-Qassemi
Director's Fellow, MIT Media Labs; UAE-based columnist
What Arab Gulf governments and citizens, Sunnis and Shi'ites alike, want is for an independent Iraq to emerge within the framework of its Arab sister states.
Inertia in Iraq
Writer, Middle East geopolitical and security issues
The results of the Iraqi elections at the end of last month deepened a sense of conspiracy and dangerous inertia in the country. Events show that this disillusionment is threatening to reverse the security gains of the previous two years.
Tehran's Strategic Defeat in Iraq
Author, 'The Iran Threat'
The triumph of the cross-sectarian and nationalist Iraqiya list, headed by former PM Ayad Allawi, represents a major threat to the ambitious agenda of the regime in neighboring Iran.
Mithal al-Alusi, Iraq's Maverick, Charges Iraqi Elections Were Corrupt
Former Senior Writer for the
New York Daily News
Channeling Identity Politics in Iraq
postdoctoral Senior Researcher at the National Consortium for ...
As events in Iraq show, leaders can both manipulate identities and be constrained by them.
Iraq: Elections But No Stability
Director of Strategic Communications & Media- PMO, Palestine
In 2003, the architects of the war told us that elections in Iraq would help spread democracy and liberalism across the Middle East, but this could not have been further from the truth.
Rohrabacher Berates Iraqis: Be More Grateful!
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By McCain's Measure, the Surge Failed(Just Ask an Iraqi Leader)
AlterNet's Washington bureau chief
Exclusive: Former Iraqi PM Allawi To Testify To Congress Wednesday
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