Who “Lost” Iraq? Bush? Obama? Military? State? Maliki? How About “All of the Above”?

By: Friday January 10, 2014 8:30 am

Given the foundational mistake of destroying a country in hopes of rebuilding it, perhaps we should better ask, prior to the next U.S. military action, “Could we have not lost Iraq?”

The Dumbest Article You’ll Read This Week About Iraq

By: Thursday October 31, 2013 1:05 pm

Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is in the US this week, meeting with officials in hopes of getting more US assistance, including lots of weapons he says he needs to fight terrorism, or Syria, or whatever (whatever=killing more Sunnis.) You can expect lots of dumb, uninformed comment about this visit.

Why is Iraq Declared “Success” with Benchmarks Unmet, Government Yet to Form?

By: Tuesday July 6, 2010 1:30 pm

Vice President Joe Biden visited Iraq over the July 4th holiday weekend, but his efforts to spur movement on the stalemated talks to form a new government in Iraq produced no results. Iraqis went to the polls on March 7 of this year and yet no government has been formed, nearly four months later. Thankfully, despite this abject failure at nation building, withdrawal of US troops remains on schedule.

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