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Obama Administration's Iraq Plans Thrown Into Doubt After Protestors Storm Parliament
President Obama’s plan for fighting the Islamic State is predicated on having a credible and effective Iraqi ally on the
Iraqi Parliament Sets New Record For Ineffectiveness
The ravaged nation of Iraq passed a sad milestone on Friday -- it now holds the record for the longest amount of time any country has gone "between holding a parliamentary election and forming a government."
Congressional Visit to Iraq, Part II: Observations on Strategy (My Return to Iraq, 1.5 Years Later)
Rep. Jared Polis
U.S. Representative from Colorado's Second Congressional District
From an undisclosed location somewhere in the Middle East... I am writing most of this entry from the backseat of a helicopter bound to Mosul from Baghdad.
Reading The Pictures:
Latest Cover For Iraq's Core Meltdown
Publisher of the visual politics and media literacy site, Read...
Remarkable, isn't it, how this cover -- illustrating Sunday's
lead story on Iraq -- manages to reduce what is otherwise Russian Roulette with a Rubik's Cube to a one-liner?
Where Will Iraq Be In November?
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
What if the Iraqi Parliament Had to Vote to Affirm the Presence of U.S. Troops?
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