The U.S. must grasp the magnitude of the crisis Iraq could face if a clash with Iran draws in Iran’s proxies.
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Former Blackwater guard Nicholas Slatten has been found guilty of murder for his role in the 2007 Nisour Square massacre of Iraqi civilians.
Prosecutors will try for a third time to convict Blackwater guard Nicholas Slatten for his role in the 2007 Nisour Square massacre.
Failed efforts suggest a federalist system based in Baghdad might create new problems.
The group has gone underground. It’s time to think about where it might show up next.
Iraq’s Harsh Approach to Punishing Islamic State ‘Collaborators’ Stands to Have Counterproductive Consequences
Collective punishment of fighters, their families and civilians coerced into cooperating with the group is generating new grievances that could fuel a future insurgency.
Five ways Iraq's first election since the Kurdish independence referendum last fall will affect the country's politics.
Now that the Islamic State has been pushed from Iraq, the Iraqi government must address another domestic threat: corruption.
The recent conflict over Iraq’s disputed territories has deep constitutional roots. Ignoring them is not an option.